Actress Alyssa Milano got into a tense exchange with a Georgia lawmaker over the state's recent heartbeat abortion bill saying "these are the men who are voting what goes on inside my uterus." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Alyssa Milano slams Georgia lawmaker over abortion bill
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Actress Alyssa Milano walked into Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's office on Tuesday to hand deliver a petition protesting the state's heartbeat abortion bill that was recently passed by the Republican-controlled legislature.
She got into a tense exchange with a Georgia lawmaker who asked her which district she's from and pressed her on whether she votes in Georgia.
Milano responded by saying, "these are the men who are voting what goes on inside my uterus." Georgia's legislature on Friday passed one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the United States, outlawing abortion if a doctor is able to detect a heartbeat.
The state's House of Representatives passed the bill with a 92-78 vote, sending it to Republican Governor Brian Kemp, who is expected to sign it into law.