A San Franciso-based software company is joining others in corporate America who are outraged by the state of Texas passing a law to protect the unborn in their mother’s womb. Salesforce announced to employees on Slack that it would pay moving expenses for those who want to flee the pro-life state.
The Texas Heartbeat Act prohibits abortion after a heartbeat is detected or about six weeks gestation. The bill also allows for civil litigation against providers who break the law.
The Boston Globe, a left-wing media outlet, reported on the law, which the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stop from taking effect:
Salesforce told its employees in the message late last week that these “are incredibly personal issues that directly impact many of us — especially women.” The message was obtained by CNBC. The company did not take a direct stance on the law, but offered its