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Stacey Abrams warns Georgia women to consider the implications of the "dangerous" governor Brian Kemp's abortion law

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Democratic governor candidate Stacey Abrams has once again hinted that businesses should consider boycotting Georgia over the state's abortion policy.

On Sunday, Abrams appeared in CNN's State of the Union address to discuss recent news from the Supreme Court overturning the Roe v. Wade case, which legalized abortion on Friday. 

Host Jake Tapper saidGeorgia Governor Brian Kemphad previously signed a six-week ban on abortions that may now take effect. .. He asked Abrams if major companies should consider relocating or avoiding Georgia accordingly.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - MAY 24: Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams speaks to the media during a press conference at the Israel Baptist Church as voters head to the polls during the Georgia primary on May 24, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Atlanta, Georgia-May 24: Candidate for Democratic Governor Media during a press conference at the Israeli Baptist Church when a Stacey Abrams voter goes to vote at the Georgia Primary Association on May 24, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Joe Raedle / Getty Images)

"Many companies such as Disney and Netflix have opposed the so-called heartbeat ban on abortion in Georgia. 2019. When this abortion limit comes into force, and if so, do you think those companies should pull their business out of Georgia? "Tapper asked.

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"I tell every company and every woman that I should do my best for the women who work for them. They are the very realistic health that women face in Georgia. We need to make sure that we are addressing our challenges, "Abrams replied.

"I can't discuss individual choices for their competition until I hear a clear and unambiguous statement that Georgia-based companies are at stake." Abrams wrote at the time.

Stacey Abrams, Democratic gubernatorial candidate for Georgia, during a 'One Georgia Tour' campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., on Monday, March 14, 2022. 

Stacey Abrams, Georgia Democratic Governor Candidate March 2022 A campaign event for the tour held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on Monday 14th. 

Shortly after the article, Major League Baseball announced that it would discontinue the 2021 All-Star Game. Of Atlanta. This brings the state's revenue to about $ 100 million.

Abrams has now stopped demanding a real boycott of her state, but emphasized the harm Kemp has done to Georgia.

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"By passing a new law Hopefully this law can be overturned Brian Kemp intends to ban incest and rape in 2023 because he knows he's going to make it more difficult for women. Breaking our health care system by refusing to rape, Georgia is already one of the countries with the highest proportion of mothers nationwide. " 

"So, is it a company or citizen who is thinking of being in Georgia, considering the dangers that Brian Kemp poses to women's lives and welfare in this very realistic way? I want to tell someone. State, "she closed.

Stacey Abrams (L), Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R)

Stacey Abrams (L), Governor of Georgia Brian・ Kemp (R)(Drew Angerer, Getty Images / Nathan Posner, Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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Abrams is a Democratic candidate for the NovemberGeorgia Governor's election race. She will face her second Governor Brian Kemp after refusing to make her concessions in the 2018 match.

Lindsay Kornick is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of FoxNews Digital. Story tips can be sent to lindsay.kornick @ and Twitter (@lmkornick).