Abortion Access Influences Location Decisions For One In Five U.S. Manufacturing CEOs, According To Forbes-Zogby Poll

Two of Indiana’s biggest employers said last month that they’d think twice about expanding facilities in the state after the legislature passed a near-total ban on abortion. A new poll shows that, nationwide, the companies are hardly unique.

Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly, which has been based in Indiana since 1876 and has headquarters in Indianapolis, said it would be “forced to plan for more employment growth outside our home state.” Columbus, Indiana-based engine maker Cummins said it was “deeply concerned about how this law impacts our people and impedes our ability to attract and retain a diverse workforce in Indiana” and would take that into account when making location

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