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As a 100% women-owned firm and champion of DEI in the workplace and beyond, we are saddened by the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Instead of narrowly deciding the issue presented, the Court opted to overturn Roe v. Wade, invalidating 50 years of precedent and eradicating the constitutional right to abortion. In doing so, the Court has deprived generations of women the fundamental right to control their bodily autonomy, thereby limiting their freedom, their power, and their potential. We are particularly concerned about the disproportionate impact the decision will have on women in low-income and minority communities.

Reproductive healthcare is a human right that all people must be able to access without government interference. NFC is committed to supporting our team members, their families, and our clients, as they navigate the impact of this decision.

We understand that everyone has strong personal feelings about this issue, and we encourage those who wish to take action to protect the reproductive rights of all people by: 



tracking legislation

running for office

and above all… voting!


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