HB 762, authored by Representative Wendell Willard, would prevent abortionists from selling aborted fetal tissue. The bill, however, does not prohibit procurement companies to sell aborted baby body parts. The procurement companies are responsible for obtaining, storing, and transporting aborted baby parts. That means that babies can be killed for money in abortion, then donated to a third-party company who will then make money by selling the baby's body parts to biotech companies, research facilities, and universities for medical research.
Georgia Right to Life opposes HB 762. GRTL's official position is that aborted fetal tissue should not be used for medical research in any circumstance.
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