I am governor Brian Kemp of Georgia, and I am going to sign the bill that was passed in legislation.
This bill prohibits the procedure of abortion before doctors can discover a heartbeat, which usually happens around six weeks of pregnancy.
Senators in Mississippi and Kentucky signed fetal hearbeat measures into the law recently.
I am supreme court justice Brett M. Kavanaugh and this law clashes with the courts decision to make known that a women has a right to abortion until a fetus is viable outside the womb (24 weeks)
There is much tension in Georgia, as at the capitol this month, anti-abortion activists have come in along with protesters opposing the bill dressed in symbols of womens rights. Hollywood stars have even threatened to pull business out of our state, as it is a hub for filming.
The American civil Liberties Union even threatened to go to court if this bill became a law, leaving much pressure on my decision.