Alyssa Milano urge stop shooting in Georgia after lawmakers signed ...

Alyssa Milano urges to stop shooting in the State of Georgia after lawmakers signed the 'heartbeat' bill potentially introducing the strictest laws in the nation banning abortions after six weeks Georgia's controversial 'heartbeat bill' has not gone unnoticed in Alyssa Milano tweeted that the bill, which would limit abortions to six weeks after conception, would 'strip women of their bodily autonomy'  'There are over 20 productions shooting in the state of Georgia  The Georgia Senate passed the controversial bill Friday afternoon and would tightly restrict when women in Georgia can get abortions Current law allows them up to 20 weeks gestation but the 'heartbeat' bill would roll it back to six weeks

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Published: 05:15 GMT, 24 March 2019 | Updated: 05:15 GMT, 24 March 2019

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Actress Alyssa Milano has taken to Twitter to show her disdain at the state of Georgia after the Senate passed its 'heartbeat' abortion bill on Friday afternoon

Actress Alyssa Milano has taken to Twitter to show her disdain at the state of Georgia after the Senate passed its 'heartbeat' abortion bill on Friday afternoon

Actress Alyssa Milano has taken to Twitter to show her disdain at the state of Georgia after the Senate passed its 'heartbeat' abortion bill on Friday afternoon.

Milano is urging film companies to stop shooting in the Peach state as it moves ever closer to approving the nation's strictest anti-abortion measures.

'There are over 20 productions shooting in GA' she wrote late Friday, '& the state just voted to strip women of their bodily autonomy. ! We should stop feeding GA economy.'

Milano who currently stars in 's dark comedy Insatiable tweeted from Atlanta where she was on set playing her character Coralee Huggens-Armstrong.

Alyssa Milano tweeted that the bill, which would limit abortions to six weeks after conception, would 'strip women of their bodily autonomy'

Alyssa Milano tweeted that the bill, which would limit abortions to six weeks after conception, would 'strip women of their bodily autonomy'

Pro-abortion rights and anti-abortion demonstrators display their signs in the lobby of the Georgia State Capitol building in downtown Atlanta

Pro-abortion rights and anti-abortion demonstrators display their signs in the lobby of the Georgia State Capitol building in downtown Atlanta

The bill, backed by Republican Gov. Kemp, passed on a 34-18 party-line vote and would be one of the nation's strictest anti-abortion measures if it becomes law and is not blocked in court battles

The bill, backed by Republican Gov. Kemp, passed on a 34-18 party-line vote and would be one of the nation's strictest anti-abortion measures if it becomes law and is not blocked in court battles

The 46-year-old previously called for to pull out of Georgia, calling it a 'totally corrupt state' that 'suppresses democracy' last

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