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Pennsylvania becomes fifth state to find no Planned Parenthood wrongdoing | TheHill

23.8.15

Pennsylvania becomes fifth state to find no Planned Parenthood wrongdoing | TheHill: “Although donation of fetal tissue is lawful under the Abortion Control Act and federal law, our review has found that Planned Parenthood facilities in Pennsylvania do not participate in this practice,” Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Karen Murphy wrote in a letter to a state legislator. “Moreover, there is no evidence that any Planned Parenthood site in this Commonwealth is involved in the buying or selling of fetal tissue.”

Murphy said Planned Parenthood has contracted with “appropriate vendors to properly dispose of tissue.”


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