Busy Philipps speaks about her abortion and condemns Georgia's six-week ban

Busy Philipps Opens Up About Her Abortion To Criticize Georgia’s ‘Heartbeat’ Bill

Busy Philipps Opens Up About Her Abortion To Criticize Georgia’s ‘Heartbeat’ Bill

Similar bans - often referred to as "heartbeat bills", a term many gynecologists have called medically inaccurate - have been passed in Mississippi, Ohio and Kentucky this year, and are being considered in several other states. "If you are offered a project that shoots in Georgia or are a producer considering working in Georgia or anystate with a heartbeat bill, you should not take that job and you should be vocal about why you're not taking that job".

Milano is an outspoken activist who often speaks about the Time's Up and #MeToo movements, among others, and previously called on productions to no longer film in Georgia following Kemp's controversial election amid accusations of voter suppression a year ago.

Georgia is one of the country's production centers, particularly for big budget tentpole movies, and with its generous production incentives, it has rivaled California and NY in drawing producers and studios as a preferred place to shoot projects. Disney, Fox, Time Warner, Netflix and Sony publicly let then-Governor Deal know they'd pull out of the state should he sign the bill.

She said the proposed law "threatened women's lives and freedoms". At this writing, no productions have announced their intentions, on or off the record, to leave the state.

"Can only speak for my production company", he posted. "Other filmmakers will see this". "Having a regular Tuesday and then being reminded that people are trying to police your body, and then you just have to go back to work, and for me, that's what work is-talking about the Met Gala".

The American Civil Liberties Union says it will challenge the law in court. "It is important to remember that similar legislation has been attempted in other states, and has either been enjoined by the courts or is now being challenged". The outcome in Georgia will also be determined through the legal process. "We will continue to monitor developments".

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"We can not change our values of who we are for money", he said. "That's what makes our state great". That's before most women even know that they're pregnant. However, the law allows exceptions in the case of rape, incest, or if the life of the mother is in danger.