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Tiffany Haddish cancel a comedy show in Atlanta on the Georgia heartbeat abortion law

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Tiffany Haddish canceled an upcoming stand-up comedy show in Atlanta on Georgia’s controversial “heartbeat” abortion law.

“After a lot of deliberation, I’m postponing my upcoming show in Atlanta, georgia,” Haddish, 39, said in a statement to ticketholders on Saturday, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I’m in love with the state of Georgia, but I have to stand with the women when they have to compete HB481, I can’t in good faith, has done it again.”

The “Girls ‘ Trip” star was scheduled to perform at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, georgia, on the 22nd of June.

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Haddish is the first star to the public, cite the law as a reason for the cancellation of a live performance in the state.

The new bill would prohibit abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be seen as the beginning of the six weeks, before many women know they are pregnant. Unless the law is blocked in court, to go into effect in 2020. The ACLU announced that they are to meet the challenge of the law.

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Tiffany Haddish pulled out of a performance in Atlanta over Georgia’s controversial “heartbeat” abortion bill. Haddish, who alleged that she could not “in good faith” in the state.
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The major Hollywood studios have already stated that they will be able to once again filming in Georgia, when the law goes into effect.

Kristen Wiig and Reed Morano, previously went to projects of that film in the state as a result of the restrictive abortion law, while the stars, including Alyssa Milano, have called for an outright boycott of the film in China.

BECAUSE, reportedly, it is a review of the record, “The Walking Dead” in Georgia, in protest of the bill.

Jordan Peele, and J. J. Abrams, will continue filming their new project, the “Lovecraft Country” in europe, but will be donating the proceeds of the series at the Georgia ACLU, and the Fair Fight in Georgia.

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“The governor Kemp’s ‘Fetal Heartbeat’ Abortion Law is an unconstitutional attempt to further restrict women and their health providers, private medical decisions made on their terms and conditions. Make no mistake about it, this was an attack aimed squarely and intentionally on women,” Peele, and a preview of what’s said in a statement. “We have to stand with Stacey Abrams, and hard-working people of Georgia, and will be donating 100% of their respective episodic fees for this season, the two organizations that are leading the charge against this draconian law, and the ACLU of Georgia, and a Fair Fight in Georgia. We encourage those of you who are in a position to funnel all the resources to get them involved.”

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