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Texas state law, notably the Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, allows for the gifting of fetal tissue or stillborns to science. How can Texas Health and Human Services violate state law with their new rules? [See "State Health Department Makes Fetal Tissue Rule Final
," News, Nov. 28.]
I read with interest about Sheri Gallo's alleged misuse of her city email address ["Sheri Gallo's Darned Emails
," News, Nov. 25]. I contributed a whopping $50 to a PAC that opposes Sheri Gallo, and my name and physical address, along with those of others who contributed to the PAC, are listed in an email (which I have seen) that she sent to supporters. While she's well within her rights to disagree with our PAC, and this information is public, it feels pretty creepy to be targeted in this way.