New Mexico: No state law violations in fetal tissue case
January 5, 2018
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — No state laws were broken by the transfer of fetal tissue between an Albuquerque abortion clinic and researchers at the University of New Mexico, according to findings outlined Thursday by the New Mexico Attorney General's Office.
The state's top prosecutors detailed their findings in a letter to members of a special U.S. congressional committee created in 2015 to investigate Planned Parenthood and the world of fetal tissue research.
The committee, in a lengthy report issued nearly a year ago, accused the group of violating U.S. laws by altering abortion procedure...