Breaking Down the Planned Parenthood Decision

Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on Fox News Channel to address a federal court's decision that determined that the State of Texas could defund Planned Parenthood. The issue has sparked debate, of which there should have been no debate. Planned Parenthood is not a government institution and provides counseling on contraception and abortions that are subsidized by tax payers.

MacCallum asked, "Does this decision, sort of, tip you off in terms of how this whole scenario is changing for other states?"

“In our wonderful home state of New Jersey – a lot of our listeners will be shocked to hear this – abortions are permitted up to the moment of birth,” said Napolitano. “And the state will pay for them.”

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“Essentially, abortion is regulated by each of the 50 states,” he continued. “Texas is, obviously, one of the more conservative states. New Jersey is, regrettably, the most liberal.”

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