The maker of videos investigating Planned Parenthood's supplying of aborted fetal tissue says he has evidence showing that despite what abortion clinics say, they're able to comply with new Texas regulations the Supreme Court is set to consider in March.

David Daleiden — who obtained the undercover footage which put the women's health and abortion provider under fire last year — asked a judge Friday for permission to present sealed evidence through an amicus brief asking the court to uphold the Texas law.

Daleiden says that in the process of investigating Planned Parenthood's fetal tissue practices, he obtained evidence that abortion clinics in Texas are able to comply with new laws requiring them to meet ambulatory surgical centers and obtain hospital admitting privileges.

In the case Whole Women's Health v. Cole, abortion clinics are arguing that Texas' new requirements are so strict that by forcing clinics to shutter around the state, they infringe upon a women's right to obtain an abortion. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on March 2.

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