As Court Threatens to Nix Roe v. Wade, Companies Face Shareholder Votes on Reproductive Rights
For Lowe’s, Walmart, and TJ Maxx, abortion access is critical to attracting employees, some investors say.
As the U.S. Supreme Court reportedly readies to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark law that guaranteed the right to an abortion, companies are being asked by shareholders to ensure reproductive health benefits for their employees.
Three major companies face shareholder proposals on reproductive rights in the coming weeks, including TJX Companies (TJX) (TJ Maxx), Walmart (WMT), and Lowe’s (LOW).
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