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we've made significant progress recently the CEOs of nearly two hundred companies ranging from tech to a payroll or putting their name behind this message to U. S. lawmakers restricting abortion is bad for business signatories include Jack Dorsey of Twitter and heads of slack in yelp the letter appeared Monday as a full page ad in The New York Times with don't ban a quality in big bold letters and underneath a call to action it's time for companies to stand up for reproductive health care , the campaign comes less than a month after Alabama signed the nation's most restrictive abortion bill into law criminalizing the procedure in almost every case the only exception is if the mother's life is at risk and it comes after Republican led states started passing so called heartbeat logs across the U. S. those measures outlaw abortions as early as six weeks into a pregnancy often before a woman may even be aware she's pregnant Georgia is one of several states that has passed the heart beat law as a result Disney Netflix and Warner media have said they would reconsider working in the state if the law takes effect