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This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Disney and other film companies announce they are considering boycotting Georgia because of the recent anti-abortion laws. WOCHIT A recent spike in film productions and industry inquiries comes as New Mexico is set to more than double its annual state spending cap on film incentives, and as Hollywood targets both Georgia and Louisiana over recently passed restrictive abortion laws. The political developments are being watched closely in New Mexico, which is poised to benefit even though state officials say there’s no organized campaign to lure film productions from those states. “I don’t know that we are necessarily using that as a drawing card, because we are a drawing card,” New Mexico Film Office Director Todd Christensen said in a recent interview. Already, the coming Amazon TV series production “The Power” reached out to New Mexico specifically because of the political climate in Georgia, according to the New Mexico Film Office. Here’s looking at you, New Mexico. The state’s film industry appears...