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A bill in California would outlaw the distribution of illegal, secretly-filmed recordings like the ones made by David Daleiden purporting to show Planned Parenthood employees trafficking in fetal tissue.

The punishment for a first offense includes jail time and a fine.

Critics are calling Assembly Bill 1671, which was sponsored by Planned Parenthood, dangerous for whistleblowers and an attack on the First Amendment.

It still needs to be signed by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown before becoming law.

Dana Loesch said that if Planned Parenthood were a private organization, they might have a better case.

"But this is an organization that receives half a billion in taxpayer dollars, so they need to be held accountable. Or if they don't like to be held accountable, they can just not cash those checks."

Watch more above.


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