A new argument started last month after a sequence of secretly documented videos were released viewing Planned Parenthood officials deliberating fetal tissue donation came to a head Monday evening with an unsuccessful Senate vote to defund the organization.
The fight over funding for Planned Parenthood shifts to a new level, government funding quantity this fall after a procedural vote in the Senate on legislation that would have barred all federal funds for the group failed on Monday.
It was not that close as it was considered to be. The vote was stop on the final count of 53-46 and shows that the meaning the degree unsuccessful to get the 60 votes wanted to overcome a Democratic filibuster on carrying the bill up for debate.
Covering the topic Deliberate Parenthood has come under strong inquiry after an anti-abortion group unconfined a sequence of videos. It mainly shows that the welfare group is making money off of the sale of fetal tissue.
It seems that the House and Senate both are trying hard that their leaders attach an endowment to any outlay bill to block extra federal funds from going to Planned Parenthood. To make a stop of using any money on a lost cause will make the government look weaker.
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz mentioned the reporters to GOP should use any and every technical tool obtainable to defund Planned Parenthood. When pushed if that meant compelling a government shutdown over the problem Cruz.
The second Planned Parenthood video surfaces also show unproven selling of fetal tissue. According to the experts Federal agencies run out of money at the end of September and at that time Congress is projected to take up some type of temporary expenditure bill next month.
Cecile Richard the president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America mentioned that the failed GOP effort on the bill on Monday shows the proof that the problem was a political non-starter. Third Planned Parenthood video shows as Senate Republicans search for to end funding.
Republicans on Capitol Hill have conflicted with President Barack Obama over federal money for Planned Parenthood before but it shows any result.
But when asked if she would vote for a government funding bill that was related to defunding Planned Parenthood she said she wasn’t at that point yet.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell known as the Kentucky Republican failed to rule out conferring a provision to the outlay bill in September.