Two of the biggest employers in Indiana—Eli Lilly and Co. and Cummins Inc.—are concerned that the state’s new, sweeping abortion restrictions will hurt the companies’ ability to attract diverse talent while hampering overall economic development in the state. 

Both companies issued statements over the weekend reacting to Indiana’s abortion law. In doing so, they joined a growing list of major businesses that have pushed back against abortion bans, primarily by vowing to reimburse employees for abortion-related travel and health care costs. 

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