Company to Pay Medical Costs for Employees Who Have Babies Or Adopt Following Roe Reversal

'Today we are announcing that Buffer will pay the costs for our employees who birth babies,' says insurance company.

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A Texas insurance company is responding to SCOTUS’ overturn of Roe v. Wade by saying it will pay employees’ medical expenses if they have a baby, or adopt one.

Southlake-based Buffer Insurance announced last month it would be countering the position of “secular companies” that are paying for employee’s out-of-state abortions in the wake of the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade.

“Secular companies are paying the travel costs for employees to abort babies out-of-state,” the company wrote in social media posts titled, “How Buffer responds to Roe v. Wade.”

“Today we are announcing that Buffer will pay the costs for our employees who birth babies.”

The company went on to say they would provide maternity and paternity leave for new mothers and fathers, and would also pay medical costs “associated with the adoption of a new baby.”

Buffer describes itself as a “veteran-led and veteran-owned business,” and credits the military for instilling founder Sean Turner with values and leadership “during his time serving as an infantryman and squad leader in the US Army.”

In the wake of the Roe ruling, several woke corporations pandered to the left by virtue-signaling intentions to pay for worker’s out-of-state abortions, including Airbnb, Microsoft, Nike, DoorDash, Levi Strauss, PayPal, Netflix, Patagonia, Reddit and even Tesla.

It’s refreshing to see a business stand up to the left-wing death cult and side with life.

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