How organ and tissue donation companies worked their way into the county morgue

OneLegacy’s transplant recovery center in Redlands
A look inside OneLegacy’s transplant recovery center in Redlands in March 2018. The body parts procurement company and others like it nationwide set out in 2003 to change state laws to let them harvest more tissue from bodies inside morgues.
(Christina House / Los Angeles Times)

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Melody Petersen is an investigative reporter covering healthcare and business for the Los Angeles Times. Send her tips securely on Signal at (213) 327-8634.
David Willman is a former investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times.