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SteynOnline.com’s Mark Steyn responds to Alyssa Milano, Bette Midler, and call for women to stop having sex in response to georgia’s abortion law.
In the wake of the reveal of “Busy Tonight” viewers that she had an abortion — and the creation of the #YouKnowMe hashtag on social media — Busy Students is to work with the ACLU on a “You Know Me” ad campaign meant to refute recent legislation in the different member states that restrict access to abortion.
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“You know me; you’re someone like me,” says Graphic in the 30-second spot, which features the hashtag. “I had an abortion. It was my decision. Today, it is my right. But states are trying to that immediately by taking of Roe v. Wade, and Trump makes it possible. He is appointing anti-choice judges to the federal courts and the high council. The ACLU is fighting to stop abortion prohibitions and restrictions in Alabama and 13 other states. Come and join us. Speak. It is not a time to sit on the sidelines.”
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Allows the the first provision of her own experience on her late-night talk show after Georgia governor Brian Kemp signed into law the “heartbeat” bill. The law limits abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat, which is usually around the six week mark of the pregnancy, well before many women know they are pregnant. The “Busy Tonight” segment was met with an enthusiastic response that Students told Variety it was “overwhelmingly positive,” ask her to start using the hashtag to encourage women to talk about their own abortion.
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The ACLU ad, a six-figure buy, will appear on MSNBC, CNN and on the web by means of next week. We expect that during the airing of “the Rachel Maddow Show, “All In with Chris Hayes,” “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon,” and “Anderson Cooper 360.”
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“This is the latest front in a war to protect civil rights and civil liberties of an enemy Trump administration that has also led to the ideologues pushing the same agenda at the level of the state,” said ACLU executive director Anthony Romero in a statement. “In the fight to protect abortion, this is our Alamo. The ACLU is grateful for Working with her voice to even more attention to this crucial moment in the ongoing battle for our right to abortion. The voices of Americans across the country are essential to fight back at this time. Abortion is a constitutional right, and we will continue to fight for it, in every way we can.”