The Tennessee legislature has given final approval to a bill that would defund the Planned Parenthood abortion chain. The measure comes after the abortion business was exposed selling the body parts of aborted babies across the country. The measure codifies existing policy established in 2011 by the Haslam administration which prioritizes health departments to receive Title X family planning funds rather than Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in the state. The House overwhelmingly passed the legislation on Thursday by a lopsided vote of 74-15-1. The Senate passed the legislation on March 5 by a vote of 25-1-1.