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Stories covering release of undercover videos depicting Planned Parenthood arranging distribution of fetal body parts

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.

St. Louis pro-life activist featured in documentary on abortion

Reagan Nielson, Midwest regional coordinator of Students for Life, was featured in an upcoming documentary on abortion. The film includes interviews with women struggling with unplanned pregnancies, abortion providers and activists on both sides of the issue.

A local pro-life activist featured in an upcoming documentary on abortion said she's grateful for the experience, even though the film doesn't represent the pro-life movement very well.

Reagan Nielsen is featured in the upcoming HBO documentary, "Abortion: Stories Women Tell," which is coming soon to the cable channel. HBO officials have not announced a release date yet. Nielsen is Midwest regional coordinator of Students for Life of America.

Missouri lawmakers consider abortion legislation as session closes

With three weeks left in Missouri's legislative session, some lawmakers continue to push measures that address the handling of remains of aborted babies and a plan to strip funding from Planned Parenthood.

The bills are the culmination of a legislative investigation into how abortions are conducted in Missouri. The investigation was prompted by a series of undercover videos, released last year by the Center for Medical Progress, that appeared to show Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of fetal body parts.

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.

Presence at abortion clinic makes a difference, former Planned Parenthood manager says

More than 300 people filled the rotunda at the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City, Mo., for the Missouri Right to Life lobby day. Keynote speaker was Sue Thayer, a former office manager of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Iowa. Conservative talk show host Stacy Washington of “Stacy on the Right” also spoke at the rally.

Jefferson City — The first time Sue Thayer contacted Iowa's right-to-life organization, she called from inside a Planned Parenthood clinic.

For 18 years, Thayer worked at the clinic in Storm Lake, Iowa, starting as an entry-level assistant, rising to office manager. As the years passed, she began to feel that the clinic was motivated by profit, not patients. When the clinic announced it would start offering webcam abortions (a procedure that allows a doctor to remotely administer an abortion-inducing medication), Thayer saw that as her "wake-up call."

Hold My Hand campaign offers boost to pro-life movement

Logo for Hold My Hand.

Planned Parenthood has shown its hand. Now it's time for pro-lifers to show theirs.

Hold My Hand is a new website dedicated to getting more people active in the pro-life movement.

The pro-life website, found at www.holdmyhand.net, which debuted in October at the Respect Life Convention, includes a pledge to help bring an end to Planned Parenthood. It also includes specific ideas for getting involved through education, service, prayer, advocacy and on social media.

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