"The company argued that the new ban will hinder their attempts to bring in 'diverse scientific, engineering and business talent from around the world.' "
It is best to avoid public statements. For example, suggesting that you will leave a given state because you cannot recruit the best-and-the-brightest because of that state's abortion rights suggests that the smartest people in your company are not smart enough to use oral contraceptives or have the backbone to insist that partners use condoms.
So if a drug company says "We are going to migrate to states with very liberal abortion laws...states like Illinois..." then it alienates share-holders who see very little value-added to the oppressive tax burden of deep-blue states. It pisses off employees who don't want to pay oppressive income, property and sales taxes. It should make customers leery because the implication is that the smartest people at Eli Lilly are stupid and don't have the stones to whistle-blow when quality tanks.