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A Georgia Venue Is Refusing To Hold Same-Sex Weddings, So This Man Is Offering His Yard
"I think it’s important for me to be like, 'Hey, you can still come visit Georgia and kick it at my place,'” Corey Forrester said.
Ariana Grande Donates Proceeds From Georgia Concert To Planned Parenthood
The singer's donation comes a month after Georgia passed a controversial law banning abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy.
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Sheryl Crow Opens Up About Strict Anti-Abortion Law
Missouri native Sheryl Crown got personal on the CMT Music Awards red carpet.
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Stacey Abrams Urges Hollywood To 'Stay And Fight' Georgia Abortion Law
“I want to protect jobs in Georgia. I want to protect women in Georgia," the former gubernatorial nominee said, advocating against a boycott.
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Hollywood Producer Launches $15 Million Campaign To Fight Abortion Bans
Peter Chernin wants the entertainment industry to take action beyond Georgia, one of several states to pass restrictive abortion legislation in recent months.
Seth Moulton: 'If This Country Wasn't Racist, Stacey Abrams Would Be Governor'
The 2020 presidential hopeful made clear why he believes Democrat Stacey Abrams lost the 2018 Georgia governor's race to Republican Brian Kemp.
Extreme Abortion Bans Inspire Progressive Women To Run For Office
Women are as fired up as ever in the wake of several states passing sweeping anti-abortion laws.
Here Are The Companies Threatening To Leave Georgia Over Its New Abortion Law
Film and TV giants are threatening to take business away from the state over its so-called "heartbeat bill."
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WarnerMedia Will 'Reconsider Georgia' If Abortion Ban Takes Effect
The parent company of Warner Bros., HBO, TNT and TBS becomes the latest entertainment giant to take a stance against the law.
Disney Likely To Stop Filming In Georgia Over Anti-Abortion Bill, Says Bob Iger
The Walt Disney Company CEO said it would be "very difficult" for the media giant to keep filming in Georgia if the "heartbeat" abortion bill is implemented.
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Netflix CEO Donated To Missouri GOP Lawmakers Who Backed Abortion Ban
Though the streaming giant came out against Georgia’s abortion law, CEO Reed Hastings contributed to lawmakers who voted for a similar law in Missouri.
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TV & FILM
Netflix Warns It May Rethink Entire Georgia Investment Over Abortion Law
The production company vowed to join the ACLU in fighting the so-called "heartbeat" law in court.
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For Victims Of Reproductive Coercion Like Me, 'Heartbeat' Abortion Laws Could Be A Death Sentence
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With a baby to tie me to my abuser, I believe it would have only been a matter of time before he killed me.
ACLU Airs National Ad Campaign Targeting Restrictive Abortion Laws
“In the fight to safeguard abortion, this is our Alamo," the ACLU's executive director said about the campaign, featuring actress Busy Philipps.
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Kristen Wiig Is Latest Star To Pull Film Project From Georgia Over Abortion Law
Some of Hollywood's elite have threatened to take their projects elsewhere after the state's Republican governor signed a severely restrictive abortion bill into law.
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Amazon-Produced Show Pulls Out Of Georgia Over Abortion Law
"The Power" director Reed Morano, who won an Emmy for her work on "The Handmaid's Tale," canceled her trip to Savannah, according to Time.
Georgia District Attorneys Vow Not To Enforce 'Heartbeat' Abortion Bill
Prosecutors for five of Georgia’s most populous counties say they won't prosecute women who get abortions under the state's "heartbeat" bill.
Georgia Governor Bashes 'C-List Celebrities' Boycotting Over Abortion Law
Those opposing the "heartbeat" law include Natalie Portman, Sean Penn, Ben Stiller and Judd Apatow.
Celebs Take On Alabama, Georgia Abortion Laws
Celebrities — like Jameela Jamil, Rihanna and Chris Evans — are fighting against the latest restrictions on abortion rights.
Jason Bateman Says He Won't Work In Georgia If 'Heartbeat Bill' Survives Court
The "Ozark" actor joins a list of Hollywood figures speaking out against Georgia's new law that bans abortion after six weeks.
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Stacey Abrams Urges Hollywood Not To Boycott Georgia Over Abortion Ban
"I do not want to harm the citizens of Georgia who are doing this work,” the former gubernatorial nominee said.
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Jameela Jamil Slams Georgia Abortion Ban, Reveals She's Had Abortion Herself
The "Good Place" actress called the ban "upsetting, inhumane, and blatantly demonstrative of a hatred of women."
Female Film Workers In Georgia Ask Hollywood Not To Boycott Over Anti-Abortion Law
Some filmmakers said they won’t work in the state after the governor signed a “heartbeat bill.”
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Stacey Abrams Is Still Considering Running For President In 2020
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate has said she won’t run for Senate.
‘Heartbeat’ Abortion Bill Signed In Georgia
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) has signed a new “heartbeat” abortion bill into law.
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Signs Anti-Abortion 'Heartbeat Bill'
The new law effectively bans abortion after six weeks and makes Georgia one of the hardest states in which to obtain the procedure.
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