Some companies with Austin operations will pay for

After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a number of corporations across the country announced plans to cover travel costs for employees seeking an abortion. Many of these companies are based in Austin or have significant operations in the metro area.  

Under the state’s “trigger law” set to go into effect in the coming weeks, performing an abortion in Texas at any point in a pregnancy will become a felony. 

Some companies made similar moves as laws restricting abortion were implemented in some states after a Supreme Court draft majority opinion leaked in May that suggested justices would reverse Roe v. Wade.

Here’s a look at some of the companies with ties to Austin that expanded coverage: 

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Advanced Micro Devices

The technology company, which is formally headquartered in California but has most of its senior leadership and operations based in Austin, where it employs about 2,400 people, said all AMD employees and dependents participating in its U.S. health care plan will receive travel and lodging reimbursement for covered medical services not able to be performed in their state of residence.