The arrests of 12 school board officials and their political allies in Quitman, Ga., became a poster-child case among conservatives that voter fraud was a serious threat.
The ACLU, Planned Parenthood and other groups asked a court to stop the law from taking effect in 2020 while their legal challenge continues.
The lawsuit alleges Allen and Patricia McCoy repeatedly used racial slurs and physically threatened the tenant.
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"You can continue to believe what you need to believe, sir," the wife told him. "But no, I cannot pay you for your services. Thank you, have a good day.”
"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.
The singer's donation comes a month after Georgia passed a controversial law banning abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy.
Missouri native Sheryl Crown got personal on the CMT Music Awards red carpet.
“I want to protect jobs in Georgia. I want to protect women in Georgia," the former gubernatorial nominee said, advocating against a boycott.
Peter Chernin wants the entertainment industry to take action beyond Georgia, one of several states to pass restrictive abortion legislation in recent months.
The 2020 presidential hopeful made clear why he believes Democrat Stacey Abrams lost the 2018 Georgia governor's race to Republican Brian Kemp.
Women are as fired up as ever in the wake of several states passing sweeping anti-abortion laws.
Film and TV giants are threatening to take business away from the state over its so-called "heartbeat bill."
The parent company of Warner Bros., HBO, TNT and TBS becomes the latest entertainment giant to take a stance against the law.
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.
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.
The production company vowed to join the ACLU in fighting the so-called "heartbeat" law in court.
With a baby to tie me to my abuser, I believe it would have only been a matter of time before he killed me.
“In the fight to safeguard abortion, this is our Alamo," the ACLU's executive director said about the campaign, featuring actress Busy Philipps.
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.