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More film executives join Hollywood boycott of Georgia over 'heartbeat' abortion bill

Independent Friday, 10 May 2019
One production head invited others to join boycott saying 'don't give your business to Georgia'
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News video: Hollywood Is Taking A Stand Against Georgia's New Abortion Law

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At least three production companies have said they&apos;ll no longer film in the state.

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