A spokesperson for Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard said he "has no intention of ever prosecuting a woman" under Georgia's new abortion law.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp mocked "C-list celebrities," but canceled a planned trip to Hollywood rather than confront film industry representatives and protesters.
Now the anti-choice forces are pushing further. Forget about second- and third term abortions. Four states have now voted to ban abortion at six weeks.
In Alabama, Republicans are pushing a bill that would outlaw almost all abortions and put doctors at risk of 99 years in prison for performing one.
So far actor and producer Alyssa Milano has collected 50 signatures on a letter pledging to boycott productions in Georgia if the abortion bill becomes law.
“I don’t understand how this [decision] is being viewed as somehow overturning Roe v. Wade except by people on the far left,” said Sen. Collins.