As we all know, the contending views on Planned Parenthood’s place in our world continue. In an interview with SLC CEO of Planned Parenthood, Kerrie Galloway confirmed the flash of recent controversy is nothing new.

Galloway smartly rebuked the tactics played by influences characterized as “’edit-savvy opponents.’” Galloway also explained that federal money never pays for abortion.

Kerrie describes the opposition that created this controversy: “Dog days of summer come,” she said. “This particular episode they formed a dummy corporation, three years ago‑BioMax, incorporated in California. They started purporting themselves as wanting to get into the business of tissue transfer for research.”

Kerrie emphatically denied SLC Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the sale of fetal tissue for profit. She said this. 

“It allows women the choice to donate tissue for scientific research, as with tissue donation at any hospital,” said Galloway. “It’s not the pretty part of medicine, but it is incredibly important.”

Dalton Edwards @TheChrony puts a cap on the issue in a recent article even as Republican lawmakers circle to defund Planned Parenthood.

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