Monthly Archives: May 2021

The Impact of Chemical Abortion by Mail

Tessa Longbons  

This article was originally published by the Society of St. Sebastian   Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. abortion industry has undergone significant changes. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates mifepristone, the more dangerous first drug of the two-part chemical abortion cocktail, via a Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS), which limits how […]

Abortion Reporting: Pennsylvania (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

Pennsylvania’s 2019 abortion report, released in January 2021, indicates that abortions in the state increased while abortion complications reached a record high. Pennsylvania also publishes information on abortions performed on Pennsylvania residents in its annual vital statistics report. As of May 2021, 32 states had released 2019 abortion statistics, of which 19 reported that abortions […]

CLI Experts Urge SCOTUS to Catch Up to Science in Mississippi Abortion Case

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

“Viability as understood in 1973 is a relic – with today’s technology, premature babies are increasingly able to survive at 22 weeks or even earlier with active care. We hope the Court will take this opportunity to catch up to science and reconsider Roe’s arbitrary and unscientific standard for the protection of unborn human life.”

Fact Sheet: What are Pregnancy Help Organizations? (PHOs)

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

View this fact sheet as a PDF   Pregnancy Help Organizations (PHOs) are nonprofit organizations that hold a pro-life viewpoint and seek to provide a range of services to women and men facing unintended pregnancies. Support services range from pregnancy testing, to material assistance, to parental education, to sexual risk avoidance (SRA) education, to housing […]

New Peer-Reviewed Study Debunks Myth of Abortion as “Family Planning”

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 10, 2021 Contact: Prudence Robertson, probertson@sbalist.org, 240-672-2828   Medicaid Data in 17 States That Fund Abortion With Tax Dollars Reveal Abortion for Birth-Spacing Is “Extraordinarily Rare”   Washington, D.C.— A new peer-reviewed study authored by Charlotte Lozier Institute scholars finds that in studying nearly five million Medicaid-eligible women who had at […]