The Undercover-Video Measure Inspired By Planned Parenthood
The legislation, criminalizing the distribution of undercover video or audio stings against health care groups, is expected to make its way to the governor's desk shortly.
The Washington Post:
Calif. Legislature Poised To Criminalize Distribution Of Planned Parenthood-Type Sting Videos
The California legislature is near final approval of a bill that would make it a crime, punishable by a jail sentence, to carry out and distribute undercover video or audio stings against Planned Parenthood and other health-care groups. The measure was inspired by two California antiabortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood. The project prompted multiple investigations by Congress and states. (Barbash, 9/1)