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Charlie Baker says abortion protections may bring business to Massachusetts

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Where some see tragedy, others see opportunity.
Gov. Charlie Baker, on Monday, said that the executive order his administration issued on Friday providing further protections to visitors to the state seeking reproductive care and the providers of that care may have more benefit than just legal protections.
“I do believe that having listened to and heard from a lot of companies over the course of the past several days about what this decision means with respect to their workforces and their benefit plans, that there may in fact be a big opportunity for Massachusetts to encourage some...
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