Listen: Disney Joins Netflix in Possible State Exit Over Georgia Abortion Law
"News, the fallout from Georgia's heartbeat. Abortion Bill continues. The CEO of won't Disney company says it will be very difficult for the company to continue filming right here in Georgia, if a new restrictive abortion law goes into effect, Disney CEO. Bob anger says that many people will not want to work in state. After his pass a law that bans abortion, after a fetal heartbeat is detected Greg blue Stein with AJ says the film industry has a multi billion dollar impact on the state's economy, doesn't just help metro Atlanta's economy. But you also think about the smaller cities, all over Georgia, that are, that are home to rural settings and farmland and other areas that film producers love to use to shoot loosening argues that taking work from Georgia only hurts workers without changing. The laws, there's already a lot of studios built sound stages, editing. Bays all these all the infrastructure is built over the last decade or so they're saying, don't abandon Georgia stay in fight. Disney film, the multibillion dollar blockbuster plag- panther and adventures in game right here in"