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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
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Arlington, VA 22206

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Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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April 17, 2024 Fact Sheet: Planned Parenthood’s 2022-23 Annual Report Fact Sheet: Planned Parenthood’s 2022-23 Annual Report April 10, 2024 New Study: Abortion Increases Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases New Study: Abortion Increases Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases April 2, 2024 Abortion Reporting: Florida (2023) Abortion Reporting: Florida (2023)
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Baltimore Pregnancy Center Refuses to Stop Fighting, Wins another Legal Victory against Local Ordinance

A pro-life pregnancy help center (PHC) in Baltimore has won another legal victory in its fight against a city ordinance. The Baltimore ordinance would have forced Greater Baltimore Pregnancy Concerns Center to post a disclaimer in its waiting room stating that it does not provide or make referrals for abortion or birth-control services.

Thomas M. Messner, J.D.
October 31, 2016
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BBC’s “A World Without Down Syndrome?” Documentary Challenges Practice of Disability-Selective Abortion

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Minnesota’s Funding of Stem Cell Research Echoes Trend toward Ethically Non-Contentious Approaches

In 2014, Minnesota became the most recent of a handful of states that provide state funding for all types of stem cell research, including human embryonic stem cell research (hESCR). The law provides for 10 years of funding with $4.5 million approved for the first year and $4.35 million each year thereafter.

Proposal to Expand Euthanasia in the Netherlands

In 2002, the Netherlands became the first country in the world to decriminalize euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide (PAS) for patients who meet criteria set forth by the law, such as that they endure “unbearable” suffering with “no prospect of improvement.” Now the Dutch government is pushing to expand eligibility to include individuals who have no medical condition but nevertheless feel that their life is completed.

Unconscionable: Threats to Religious Freedom and Rights of Conscience in the Abortion Debate

Those watching the nation’s capital earlier this year witnessed three important events bearing on religious freedom and rights of conscience in the abortion debate.

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Fact Sheet: Federal Funding Restrictions on Abortion

In the years leading up to and following the Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade legalizing abortion nationwide, the federal government—primarily Congress—has enacted various measures governing the availability of federal funds for abortion and related services. The Medicaid program, established by President Lyndon Johnson in 1965 to provide health care for low-income Americans, began subsidizing abortions shortly after Roe.

Grants for Stem Cell Research Favor Ethical Approaches

The Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (MSCRF) has awarded two rounds of grants since the Charlotte Lozier Institute last analyzed the Fund’s pattern of grant making for stem cell research, in the fall of 2013. That study found that since MSCRF first began awarding grants in 2007, its pattern of giving shifted over the years from strongly favoring projects focusing on ethically contentious human embryonic stem cell research (hESCR) to projects focusing on ethically non-contentious adult stem cells and other non-embryonic stem cell research.

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Comments Submitted to Dept. of Health and Human Services on Title X Funding

On October 7, the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) filed two separate comments to the Department of Health and Human Services regarding its proposed rule on entities qualifying for the government’s Title X family planning funds. The proposed rule (Compliance with Title X Requirements by Project Recipients in Selecting Subrecipients, 81 FR 61639-61646), which was published September 7, seeks to preclude states from taking action to “restrict participation by certain types of providers as subrecipients in the Title X Program…”

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