A lot of Hollywood productions have moved to Georgia for the tax breaks (we thought liberals loved paying their fair share), but Hollywood’s conscience hasn’t fully taken root in Georgia, where some people still consider a fetus with a beating heart a baby.
On Friday, Georgia’s Senate passed a “heartbeat bill” that would roll back the period in which a woman could seek an abortion to six weeks, when a heartbeat is detectable. The bill makes exceptions for rape and incest, allowing abortion up to 20 weeks. And that has actress Alyssa Milano calling for Hollywood to pull its business out of the state.