Texas Insurance Company Goes the Extra-Mile in Response to Roe v. Wade Ruling

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The list of companies offering employees travel expenses to obtain an abortion is growing, but one Texas-based insurance company is taking a different route, going the extra mile.

Buffer Insurance, a small company, headquartered in Southlake, Texas, took a stand for life when it announced a new initiative for biological and adoptive parents.

The agency posted on social media:

How Buffer responds to Roe v. Wade: Buffer will pay the medical costs for our employees who birth babies [and] provide paid time off for employees to have maternity & paternity leave. Buffer will pay for the medical expenses associated with adopting a baby.

The social feed continued that if someone was an employer, they had ready-to-use policies that could easily be added to employee handbooks and offered assistance.

The company offers medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, among other services.

The action comes following JP Morgan, CVS Health, Starbucks, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Tesla, Citigroup, PayPal, Disney, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Chase, and others who have stated they will help their employees with travel expenses to facilitate an abortion.

The Washington Examiner reported that Netflix offered its employee’s $ 10,000-lifetime allowance per employee for abortion-related travel, in addition to providing travel benefits related to cancer treatment, gender reassignment surgery, and transplants.

While Dick’s Sporting Goods said they would provide $4,000 in travel expense reimbursement for travel to the nearest facility where care is legally available.

Buffer’s stance is a distinct refreshing contrast from the high-profile companies that bowed to the pressure of activists and woke culture. God bless America, and God bless Buffer Insurance.