1. NOLA Filmmakers Won't Do Business in Georgia; Louisiana May Be Next  Big Easy Magazine
  2. A-List Actors Vow Not to Work in Georgia Due to Abortion Bill  Hill Reporter
  3. Georgia state abortion law fuels Hollywood boycott call  BBC News
  4. What Is Georgia Fetal Heartbeat Bill? Facts About HB 481 Abortion Ban  Hollywood Life
  5. Three production companies won't film in Georgia due to abortion law - what about Walking Dead?  Daily Mail
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TV and film production companies are lashing out against Georgia’s new anti-abortion law.TV and film production companies are lashing out against Georgia’s new anti-abortion law.

NOLA Filmmakers Won’t Do Business in Georgia; Louisiana May Be Next | Big Easy Magazine

Fifty actors vowed in March to boycott Georgia if the bill - signed into law this week - passed.Fifty actors vowed in March to boycott Georgia if the bill - signed into law this week - passed.

Georgia state abortion law fuels Hollywood boycott call - BBC News

Gov. Kemp's controversial Heartbeat Bill is scheduled to go in effect Jan 1.Gov. Kemp's controversial Heartbeat Bill is scheduled to go in effect Jan 1.

Last year’s confirmation of right-leaning judge, Brett Kavanaugh, has led many red state’s to pursue

A-List Actors Vow Not to Work in Georgia Due to Abortion Bill | HillReporter.com

Doctors and activists say many women don't know they are pregnant or can't get to a medical provider by six weeks.Doctors and activists say many women don't know they are pregnant or can't get to a medical provider by six weeks.

Fetal heartbeat bill: Georgia abortion advocates slam women hardships

The American Civil Liberties Union vowed to sue if the bill is signed into law. The courts have blocked similar efforts in other states.The American Civil Liberties Union vowed to sue if the bill is signed into law. The courts have blocked similar efforts in other states.

Even Democrats agree that boycotting Georgia for its “heartbeat” abortion ban is a terrible idea. From Marvel films to TV shows like “Stranger Things” and “The Walking Dead,” Hollywood relies on Georgia’s generous tax incentives to produce its content. According to IndieWire, Hollywood got $800 million in tax credits from the Peach State in the 2018 fiscal year.Even Democrats agree that boycotting Georgia for its “heartbeat” abortion ban is a terrible idea. From Marvel films to TV shows like “Stranger Things” and “The Walking Dead,” Hollywood relies on Georgia’s generous tax incentives to produce its content. According to IndieWire, Hollywood got $800 million in tax credits from the Peach State in the 2018 fiscal year.

Why Hollywood's boycott of Georgia over the 'heartbeat' bill is already fizzling

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.Republicans will deeply regret Georgia's 'heartbeat' bill

The GOP is massively overplaying its hand on abortion

Republicans will deeply regret Georgia's 'heartbeat' bill

The GOP is massively overplaying its hand on abortion

“Don’t give your business to Georgia. Will you pledge with me not to film anything in Georgia until they reverse this backwards legislation?”

Mark Duplass on Twitter: "Don’t give your business to Georgia. Will you pledge with me not to film anything in Georgia until they reverse this backwards legislation?"

“Killer Films will no longer consider Georgia as a viable shooting location until this ridiculous law is overturned.”

Christine Vachon on Twitter: "Killer Films will no longer consider Georgia as a viable shooting location until this ridiculous law is overturned."

“Can only speak for my production company. Our comparative assessments of locations for upcoming development will pull Georgia off the list until we can be assured the health options and civil liberties of our female colleagues are unimpaired. https://t.co/WTb0tj95zH”

David Simon on Twitter: "Can only speak for my production company. Our comparative assessments of locations for upcoming development will pull Georgia off the list until we can be assured the health options and civil liberties of our female colleagues are unimpaired.… https://t.co/kgLvKAjwwb"

“I can’t ask any female member of any film production with which I am involved to so marginalize themselves or compromise their inalienable authority over their own bodies. I must undertake production where the rights of all citizens remain intact. Other filmmakers will see this. https://t.co/V2xDPKiMpo”

David Simon on Twitter: "I can’t ask any female member of any film production with which I am involved to so marginalize themselves or compromise their inalienable authority over their own bodies. I must undertake production where the rights of all citizens remain intact. Other filmmakers will see this.… https://t.co/dllHz2duFj"

Learn more about HB 481, the Georgia Fetal Heartbeat Bill, which would be one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country.Learn more about HB 481, the Georgia Fetal Heartbeat Bill, which would be one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country.

What Is Georgia Fetal Heartbeat Bill? Facts About HB 481 Abortion Ban – Hollywood Life

Bans in Georgia and Ohio are unlikely to be enforced, but people are already confused about whether they can access abortion care there.Bans in Georgia and Ohio are unlikely to be enforced, but people are already confused about whether they can access abortion care there.

Abortion Bans Don’t Need to Go Into Effect to Cause Harm - VICE

The television and film industry struck back this week at the state of Georgia, whose governor just signed one of the strictest abortion laws in the nation.The television and film industry struck back this week at the state of Georgia, whose governor just signed one of the strictest abortion laws in the nation.

New Georgia abortion law draws Hollywood backlash

The upcoming HBO series "Lovecraft Country" will continue shooting in Georgia as planned, but will donate money from the production to charity. The upcoming HBO series "Lovecraft Country" will continue shooting in Georgia as planned, but will donate money from the production to charity. 

Jordan Peele, JJ Abrams Series to Shoot in Georgia, Donate to Charity – Variety

David Simon of Blown Deadline, Christine Vachon of Killer Films and Mark Duplass of Duplass Brothers Productions pulled production from Georgia after Gov. Brian Kemp signed bill Tuesday.David Simon of Blown Deadline, Christine Vachon of Killer Films and Mark Duplass of Duplass Brothers Productions pulled production from Georgia after Gov. Brian Kemp signed bill Tuesday.

Three production companies won't film in Georgia due to abortion law - what about Walking Dead? | Daily Mail Online