Ohio and Louisiana 'scrutinize Planned Parenthood future closely'

By Charlie Butts - Posted at One News Now:

At least two states scrutinize Planned Parenthood future closely

The troubled New Orleans Planned Parenthood is facing a state probe and could find its opening date delayed or perhaps cancelled. And Ohio is taking a look at the abortion giant to determine whether it ought to retain its status as a nonprofit organization there.

Promptly after release of an undercover video of a Planned Parenthood executive describing the sale of tissue and organs of aborted children, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal was moved to take action, as Benjamin Clapper of the Louisiana Pro-Life Federation tells OneNewsNow.

“Governor Jindal sees possibly illegal activities both in the sale of fetal remains and the partial-birth abortions that would be performed by Planned Parenthood in order to extract these organs and fetal body parts,” he says.

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