Matt Niedzielski

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Texas Moves to Stop Fetal Body Parts Trafficking

Just in case you concluded that the undercover videos from the Center for Medical Progress made no tangible difference to the state of abortion in the United States, new regulations (as reported by LifeSiteNews) from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services will require Texas abortion facilities to bury or cremate the bodily remains of aborted babies starting December 19.

No profit can be made on baby parts that have been properly buried.

At least one Colorado institution (as reported by LifeNews) was discovered to be trafficking in fetal body parts.

Colorado needs to follow the example of Texas and require fetal remains to be properly buried.

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