Records Show Planned Parenthood Made Multiple Donations to AG Becerra’s Campaigns

On March 28th California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed 15 felony charges against pro-life journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for the release of undercover videos containing incriminating evidence against the abortion giant Planned Parenthood. The videos show members of the organization negotiating and selling body parts of aborted children,…

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In Prosecuting CMP Investigators, CA AG Xavier Becerra Shows Remarkable Double Standard

On March 28th David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, undercover journalists from the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) were slapped by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra with 15 felony charges for their videos exposing Planned Parenthood as an organization with questionable and potentially criminal activity. According to Live Action News, Becerra…

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Latest CMP Video Proves There Has Never Been A Better Time to Redirect Funds Away From Planned Parenthood

The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) has yet again released an undercover interview featuring a bone-chilling conversation between undercover CMP journalists and the former Arizona director. In 2015, CMP first received national attention when they released videos of Planned Parenthood employees harvesting and selling fetal limbs and organs. Now, CMP…

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Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Vendor Stem Express Backs off Lawsuit against Center for Medical Progress

The for-profit company Stem Express, one of Planned Parenthood’s biggest contractors for the harvesting and selling of aborted baby parts has dropped its lawsuit against the videomakers. The Center for Medical Progress published undercover investigative videos highlighting the illegal activities that Stem Express employed in order to make a profit…

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New California Law Protecting Planned Parenthood may “Silence Whistleblowers”

A few weeks ago, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 1671 into law, criminalizing the recording or distribution of conversations with healthcare providers. Because existing laws in California already criminalize recording private conversations, many view the bill as an assault on journalism and free speech. The California Family Council previously urged Governor Jerry Brown to…

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