Business travel for companies and individuals can be complicated when faced with laws that ban abortion and activities related to the LGBTQ+ community. These anti-discrimination laws can limit a company’s ability to make travel decisions for employees, and can lead to employees being harassed or refused service in some parts of the country. Companies can also face difficult decisions regarding conferences or other meetings in areas with anti-LGBTQ+ or abortion laws. It can be difficult to ensure that employees are not subject to discrimination or potential legal action while on business trips, and companies can be held accountable for the safety and well-being of their employees while on the road. Companies should be aware of the potential laws and social climate in an area before they commit to travel or business activities, and be prepared to make adjustments for their operations if necessary.