Alyssa Milano, 49 celebrities threatening Georgia with "loss of billions" over new abortion bill
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Alyssa Milano shared a letter signed by 50 prominent Hollywood celebrities threatening to boycott filming in the state of Georgia over a new abortion bill that is ready to become law.
The star phoned the movie and the television industry to stop giving the state its business because of the new "heartbeat bill" that Georgia's senate passed earlier this month. The bill seeks to limit abortions for six weeks after perception unless pregnancy was perceived by rape or incest.
Milan is dividing the letter she sent to both Georgia's governor Brian Kemp and Georgia's housekeeper David Ralston Thursday morning, threatening the state with the loss of "billions of dollars" if the bill titled HB 481
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"As actors, our work often brings us to Georgia. We have always found your state to be populated with friendly and caring people." The letter begins. "We have been delighted to have millions of dollars in revenue to support Georgia's schools, parks, and communities. But we cannot, in good conscience, continue to recommend that our industry remain in Georgia if HB 481 is allowed." 19659008] Alyssa Milano urged Hollywood to boycott Georgia after the state's senate “heartbeat bill” on Friday.”/>
Alyssa Milano urged Hollywood to boycott Georgia after the state's senate was in the "heartbeat bill" on Friday.
The star elaborates on the special questions of her and other stars with the bill.
"This dangerous and deep-seated bill mimics many others who have already been regarded as constitutional. As men who identify as less conservative, we recall that the government is never greater than when it is inside a woman's body or at her doctor's office This bill removes the possibility that women get reproductive health care before most even know they are pregnant and forces many women to undergo unregulated, hidden, high-risk, health-threatening procedures. "
then takes a trip that threatens the state with the loss of business if all 50 actors and actors boycott the state, which is considered "the world's first cinema in the world", according to Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office's Deputy Commissioner.
"We can I imagine not being elected officials who might say to their constituents:" I adopted a law that was so evil, it chased billions of dollars out of our state's economy. "That's not the most effective campaign keywords, but be sure we do it if it does, "the letter reads. Among the 50 celebrities threatening to boycott working in Georgia are: Alec Baldwin, Colin Hanks, Debra Messing, Patton Oswalt, Rosie O & # 39; Donnell, Sean Penn, Amy Schumer, Michael Sheen, Sarah Silverman, Ben Stiller, Amber Tamblyn and Wil Wheaton.
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Georgia's current law allows abortions up to 20 weeks in pregnancy. The bill will allow rape and incest victims to get abortion up to 20 weeks but would require them to file an official police report, 11 Alive reported.
The bill will go back to the Georgia House of Representatives for approval. 19659005] "The state Senate confirmed Georgia's commitment to life and the rights of the innocent unborn," Kemp said in a statement last week.
Milan formerly beat the state as "completely corrupt" after Kemp won the gubernatorial election over Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams.
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"There are over 20 productions in Georgia," she tweeted. "Is the entertainment industry willing to support the economy in a completely corrupt state that suppresses democracy; where the winner is not the best choice for the people, but the best founder or villain?"
Fox News & # 39; Katherine Lam contributed to this report.