The sister of the now-infamous founder of Planned Parenthood-linked Stem Express served as a top health advisor of Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) until after the Center for Medical Process (CMP) exposed the horrors of the abortion provider and its affiliate in an undercover sting video
The relationship between Boehner’s advisor and Stem Express was reported by The Daily Caller on July 17:
“Republican House Speaker John Boehner’s top health-care policy adviser is linked — by blood — to a figure at the heart of the Planned Parenthood baby part-selling scandal.
“Charlotte Ivancic, Boehner’s health policy director, is the older sister of Cate Dyer, the founder of Stem Express, the California-based company caught buying aborted fetus parts from Planned Parenthood.”
Three weeks later as the sting videos continued to be released, and after Breitbart reported that Boehner had called for an investigation of the Planned Parenthood videos while defending Ivancic, The Hill reported Ivancic’s resignation:
“Charlotte Ivancic, Speaker John Boehner’s (R-Ohio) top health policy aide, is leaving his office to join the lobbying firm Tarplin, Downs & Young, the firm announced Wednesday.”