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Charlotte Lozier Institute

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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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Dr. David Prentice: “What’s All the Fuss About Stem Cells?”

What are stem cells and why are they so fraught with both hope and controversy? CLI’s Vice President and Research

David Prentice, Ph.D.
October 24, 2017
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Abortion Reporting: Wisconsin (2016)

Wisconsin’s 2016 abortion report reveals that the abortion rate in the state is maintaining its slow but steady decline. Published annually by the state’s Department of Health Services, the 24-page report includes information on all the abortions occurring in the state and on abortions performed on Wisconsin residents specifically. The report is normally released each August, although the 2016 report was published a week ahead of schedule in July 2017.

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New York Court Rules there is no “Right-to-Die”

This September, a New York State court unanimously decided on an assisted suicide case and upheld state prohibitions on the practice of physician assisted suicide.  The plaintiffs in Myers v Schneiderman consisted of patients with terminal diagnoses who, along with euthanasia-rights advocates, sought the establishment of a “right-to-die” with a physician’s aid by challenging the state’s penal code on manslaughter in the courts. Notably, ten disability rights organizations led by Not Dead Yet filed an amicus brief in support of the state’s attorney general. Despite strong efforts, the case failed to establish a “right-to-die” under state law and physician assisted suicide remains illegal. The threat to human life, presented by legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia, will not reach New York in the immediate future. While this case can be considered a victory for human dignity, threats persist and remain present even in this case buried just beneath the surface.

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