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Alyssa Milano urges sex strike in protest against Georgia abortion law

BBC News Sunday, 12 May 2019
Alyssa Milano urges sex strike in protest against Georgia abortion law#MeToo activist Alyssa Milano, one of the actors opposing Georgia's law, calls for a sex strike.
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News video: Hollywood Production Companies Ditch Georgia Over Abortion Law

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Hollywood Production Companies Ditch Georgia Over Abortion Law A 'heartbeat bill' was signed this month by the state's governor, Brian Kemp. The legislation bans abortions as soon as a fetus' heartbeat is discovered. The law has angered Hollywood companies, many of whom film projects in Atlanta. 'The...

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