Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday held firm to his recent statement that Planned Parenthood was selling “baby body parts,” despite news about the Texas grand jury indictment this week of two abortion opponents. “I don’t think those videos were discredited,” he said.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday held firm to his recent statement that Planned Parenthood was selling “baby body parts,” despite news about the Texas grand jury indictment this week of two abortion opponents. “I don’t think those videos were discredited,” he said. File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Wednesday held firm to his recent statement that Planned Parenthood was selling “baby body parts,” despite news about the Texas grand jury indictment this week of two abortion opponents. “I don’t think those videos were discredited,” he said. File photo by Orlin Wagner The Associated Press

Gov. Brownback stands by saying Planned Parenthood selling ‘baby body parts’

January 27, 2016 07:46 PM

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