Planned Parenthood Wants to Keep Their Dirty Secrets a Secret

The California legislature is mulling over a bill that would criminalize the publishing of undercover video recordings from health care clinics in the wake of the Planned Parenthood video scandal that rocked the country last summer. If passed, AB 1671, a bill that was authored by Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez (D-Los Angeles) and has the support of an enthusiastic Planned Parenthood, would make it illegal to publish video recordings that were gathered while undercover. Any offending parties who published materials that were covertly recorded in a confidential setting with licensed medical personnel could be fined up to $10,000 per violation and receive up to a one-year sentence in prison. “It is the intent of the legislature to enact legislation to prohibit any person from intentionally video recording a confidential communication…without obtaining the consent of all parties to the communication.” “It is the intent of the legislature to enact legislation to prohibit any person from intentionally video recording a confidential communication, or

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