A special House panel that was formed two years ago to investigate the practices of the abortion industry, specifically its business partnerships in transferring the remains of baby body parts, has called for federal defunding of the organization. The Select Panel on Infant Lives issued its 471-page final report on Wednesday, concluding that there indeed is profit being made from aborted children at some abortion facilities nationwide, as well as with their business partners. “During

the Panel’s investigation, staff reviewed tissue procurement notes, email exchanges among researchers, TPBs and abortion clinics, invoices, and more—all indicating that researchers want fetal tissue from late-gestation infants that has not been tainted by feticidal agents,” it wrote. “The Panel also learned that abortion providers may modify abortion procedures, in apparent violation of the law, to increase the odds of getting an intact infant cadaver.” READ MORE