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The number of U.S. employers offering travel benefits for abortion services is expected to double over the next few years in the wake of the Supreme Court's Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision.

A new survey by global advisory, brokering, and solutions company WTW reveals that more than a third of respondents (35 percent) currently offer travel and lodging benefits for elective and medically necessary abortions, while another 16 percent of employers plan to do so in 2023. Another 21 percent are considering adding such benefits.

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