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Critics call attorney general’s report on Planned Parenthood “incomplete”

Pathology Services, Inc. is an independent Pathology Laboratory specializing in surgical pathology and cytology. They are the third-party provider of pathology services for abortions performed at Planned Parenthood.  The company was named during a Missouri Senate Interim Committee on the Sanctity of Life, which is investigating how Planned Parenthood operates in Missouri.  The building is located at 2916 South Brentwood Blvd.

Several critics are calling a new report on Planned Parenthood in St. Louis "incomplete," adding that it raises questions about how Missouri law holds the abortion provider accountable for its handling of human remains from abortions.

Critics call attorney general’s report on Planned Parenthood “incomplete”

Several critics are calling a new report on Planned Parenthood in St. Louis "incomplete," adding that it raises questions about how Missouri law holds the abortion provider accountable for its handling of human remains from abortions.

Critics call attorney general’s report on Planned Parenthood “incomplete”

Several critics are calling a new report on Planned Parenthood in St. Louis "incomplete," adding that it raises questions about how Missouri law holds the abortion provider accountable for its handling of human remains from abortions.

MCC disappointed that Mo. attorney general will not appeal contraception law decision

The Missouri Catholic Conference has expressed its disappointment with Attorney General Chris Koster's recent decision to not appeal a federal judge's ruling that struck down the conscience protections in SB 749, the law protecting the religious liberty of Missouri citizens. The law was passed last fall by the Missouri General Assembly.

Bishops, House speaker urge Mo. attorney general to appeal contraception law

The Missouri bishops are among those urging Attorney General Chris Koster to appeal a judge's order that struck down a state law protecting religious liberties.

In addition, Missouri House Speaker Timothy Jones, R-Eureka, announced at a press conference March 28 in Springfield, Mo., that he has proposed a House Concurrent Resolution urging Koster to defend the law. The bill is HCR 35.

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