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In response to the wave of restrictive abortion laws being passed in states like Georgia, Alabama and Missouri, nearly 200 executives across industries joined forces to take out a full-page ad in today’s New York Times to voice their concerns about these laws.
187 executives from such companies as Away, Twitter and DVF signed the open letter in the New York Times—where full-page ad rates peg at $214,733—railing against the proposed regulations, which restrict women’s access to the medical procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy in Georgia, or in nearly all cases in Alabama, aside from when a mother’s life is threatened.