Atlanta - After signing into law a tough new anti-abortion bill which would outlaw the termination of pregnancies if a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which can occur as early as six weeks and before many women realize they are pregnant, Governor Brian Kemp ordered all interstate roads heading north out of Georgia to be closed.
The closures will affect Interstate 75 at the Tennessee border and Interstates 85 and 95 at the South Carolina border, as well as other northbound highways.
"If Florida doesn't clamp down on the abortion activity, we will need to stop the women at that border also", said Kemp
For any woman contemplating flight to a state allowing a woman's choice to terminate a pregnancy at an early stage, currently around 48 states and every other civilized country in the world, x-ray machines will be set up at the airports to determine if there is a fetus in the female traveler. If a fetus is found, the woman will need to sign an agreement not to terminate the pregnancy before returning to Georgia, and would be issued a red robe with a large white bonnet to wear at all times. The law would also require that they take on the name of their husbands, preceded by the word "of", to verify that they are with the child of their master.