Abortion proponent Alyssa Milano didn’t appreciate having to admit she doesn’t vote in Georgia, but she wants leaders there to pass laws only she approves of anyway.

Milano was in Georgia on Wednesday to fight against H.B. 481, the “Living Infants Fairness and Equality (LIFE) Act.”

The so-called “heartbeat bill” would “protect unborn life once a fetal heartbeat is detected,” according to National Catholic Reporter.

Milano has been organizing Hollywood types by threatening to pull business out of the state if legislators there restrict baby killing.

A video posted by Atlanta Journal Constitution reporter Maya Prabhu shows Milano hogging the cameras when State Rep. Domonic LaRiccia asks her, “What district of Georgia do you vote in?”

“I work in Georgia,” Milano responded, avoiding the question.

“Do you vote in Georgia?” he asked.

“I don’t vote in Georgia,” she admitted.

Milano then claimed she was speaking for “30 people” outside the room who supposedly work in the state and will apparently be harmed if she refuses to act there.

When the state representative wouldn’t go away, she finally demanded, “”What’s your name?” looking at his name badge.

“Dominic LaRiccia,” he responded.

“So district one…nothing?” he asked.

“I just answered your question,” she snapped.

Milano then turned to the cameras to berate LaRiccia.

“These are the men that are voting on what is going on inside my uterus,” she pointed at him dismissively.

“This guy right here. This guy,” she she said to the cameras.

Despite Milano’s protestations, the Georgia House passed the bill.

Via National Catholic Reporter:

The bill is now bound for the desk of Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, who has repeatedly expressed his dedication to the bill and the pro-life cause generally, relating in a tweet the same day of passage that “Georgia values life …The legislature’s bold action reaffirms our priorities and who we are as a state.”