heartbeat bill

Reproductive health care and rights organizations are not backing down in the face of nationwide abortion bans.
“I’m not going to work in a state that discriminates," Chastain said.
The production company vowed to join the ACLU in fighting the so-called "heartbeat" law in court.
More than 500 demonstrations were planned on Tuesday as part of the National Day of Action to Stop the Bans.
Prosecutors for five of Georgia’s most populous counties say they won't prosecute women who get abortions under the state's "heartbeat" bill.
Rep. Barry Hovis claims to have misspoken during a debate over the state's restrictive new abortion bill.
The "Ozark" actor joins a list of Hollywood figures speaking out against Georgia's new law that bans abortion after six weeks.
The "Good Place" actress called the ban "upsetting, inhumane, and blatantly demonstrative of a hatred of women."
Some filmmakers have said they won’t work in the state after the governor signed a “heartbeat bill.”
The activist has gotten some backlash from critics who say her proposed tactic to protest restrictive anti-abortion laws misses the point.
The host of "Busy Tonight" said she's "genuinely really scared for women and girls all over this country" and thinks everyone should be "sharing our stories more.”
The bill would ban abortion if a heartbeat is detected, which usually occurs around six weeks. It now goes to the state's Republican governor.
He also vetoed the "heartbeat bill," which would have made abortions illegal before many women even know they're pregnant.
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"This is something that we believe is just another law aimed at restricting women’s access -- there’s no medical basis for