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Senate team to review Planned Parenthood documents

The Missouri Senate will form a bipartisan team to review documents submitted by Planned Parenthood as part of an ongoing investigation of the abortion provider.

Through its lawyer, Planned Parenthood of St. Louis has agreed to produce documents in response to a subpoena by the Senate Interim Committee of the Sanctity of Life, which has been investigating Planned Parenthood's practices in Missouri since last year.

Discrepancies in reporting how aborted fetal remains are handled raise questions

Cynthia Mendez stood with Defenders of the Unborn at a protest in front of Pathology Services Inc. on Brentwood Blvd. The company is the third-party provider of pathology services for abortions performed at Planned Parenthood in St. Louis

An investigation of a medical waste company that handled remains of aborted babies has revealed a discrepancy between what the waste company was told it received and what a St. Louis-based pathology lab said it gets from Planned Parenthood in St. Louis.

MU study on abortion prompts questions, challenges

The University of Missouri says it isn't violating state law or its conflict of interest policy in regards to a study on the effect of the 72-hour waiting period for abortion in Missouri. But several critics have questioned that line of thinking.

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.

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