Missouri Senate’s Review of Planned Parenthood Documents Publicized

The Missouri Senate has issued a report following the Sanctity of Life Committee’s review of Planned Parenthood documents. The documents were produced by the abortion giant after they were threatened with contempt proceedings for refusal to comply with a Senate subpoena.

Senators and their staff reviewed the documents at the Planned Parenthood facility in St. Louis. What documents were made available reveal disturbing “gaps in the record of what has become of fetal tissue from aborted babies at Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis clinic.”

Specifically, the review revealed that Planned Parenthood “does not follow state statute and regulations for the disposal of human remains.” Furthermore, they stated “the findings of this investigation provide compelling evidence that Missouri’s laws on inspections, medical malpractice, transparency and whistleblower protections, as they relate to the abortion industry, need to be strengthened.”

The MCC will be working with lawmakers in the coming legislative session to address these issues and others relating to abortion in Missouri. Stay tuned!

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