More large law firms have confirmed they’ll pay for travel and out-of-state costs for personnel seeking abortions, after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last week overturning Roe v. Wade. Still, many other firms are keeping quiet on the issue.

The law firm announcements come after several corporations said they would cover costs for abortion access. Companies such as Disney, Tesla, Netflix, JPMorgan and others have already introduced policies to cover such costs, with some announcements coming after a draft of the decision was leaked last month.

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