Disney sent employees an internal memo Friday, informing them that it would help pay for their pregnancy-related care if necessary.

This was in response to the Supreme Court's decision not to overturn Roe v. Wade. However, it also said they would undo 50 years of federally protected abortion rights.

The memo was signed by Paul Richardson (chief human resources officer) and Pascale Thomas (vice president of enterprise benefits & well-being), which CNBC obtained.

Richardson and Thomas stated in the memo that their company is committed to eliminating barriers and providing affordable, quality care for all employees, cast members, and their families, regardless of where they live.

They said that although employees may not be able to access healthcare in one location, they have affordable coverage to ensure they can receive similar care in another.

This benefit covers all medical conditions related to cancer treatments, transplants and family planning (including decisions relating to pregnancy).

The failure to condemn Florida's "Don't Say Gay" legislation caused internal backlash against Disney CEO Bob Chapek.

The Florida Governor changed, and Disney announced that he would help repeal the law. It was signed by Ron DeSantis (a Republican) in March.

After three months of unsuccessful communication, Geoff Morrell, Disney's head of communications, left the company.

Disney has not made any public statements on the Supreme Court decision.