Wells Fargo says it will cover employees’ travel costs for legal abortion services, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer

From The Philadelphia Inquirer:

JPMorgan, Chase & Co., Comcast, and Bank of America Corp. have made similar commitments.

Wells Fargo, which manages the largest branch-banking systems in the U.S. and in the Philadelphia area, on Monday told its 246,000 employees that as of Friday, July 1, “we’re expanding the coverage of our travel benefit to include reimbursement of transportation and lodging costs for legal abortion-related services” for women covered by Wells Fargo medical plans and their dependents.

The plan will include abortion under the “health care services you or your dependents require” that are “not available within 50 miles from your home,” for which the company will pay transportation and lodging costs for the insured woman and a companion, according to the statement sent to staff.

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