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The FBI launches an investigation into Planned Parenthood.

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In confirmation of news the ACLJ brought you not long ago, it has now been verified by multiple news outlets that the Department of Justice is – in fact – investigating Planned Parenthood and its illegal practices, such as profiting from the sale of aborted fetal tissue.

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