New York( CNN Business) Top executives from more than 180 corporations got a message for lawmakers: Limiting abortion is “bad for business.”
They argue that limiting access to comprehensive care, “including abortion, ” threatens “the health, liberty, and economic stability of our employees and customers.” The letter says strict abortion statutes are “against our values” and impede corporate efforts to build diverse workforces.
Among the roster of the ad’s endorsers are chief executive from Yelp ( , Slack, Tinder, ) H& M ( , and food delivery app Postmates. Jack Dorsey, CEO of ) Twitter ( , was also on the roster, though he signed on behalf of the other company he extends, digital payment firm ) Square ( . The group included fashion designer Eileen Fisher. )