Monthly Archives: September 2021

Health Risk: Alaska DHSS Data Reveals Dramatic Increase in Risky Abortion Method

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

European and American Studies Show Chemical Abortions Inflict a Complication Rate Four Times That of Surgical Abortions   Washington, D.C. – The most recent Alaska Department of Health and Social Services abortion data shows a dramatic increase in the number of women using potentially dangerous abortion drugs, which according to multiple peer-reviewed studies pose higher […]

Abortion Reporting: Alaska (2020)

Tessa Longbons  

Alaska was one of the first states to release an abortion report for 2020. Abortions declined from the previous year.   Changes in Alaska Abortions, 2019-2020 The report does not include information on Planned Parenthood’s Alaska abortion market share.   Abortion Totals and Trends   There were 1,206 abortions reported in Alaska in 2020, down […]

Abortion Pill Reversal: A Record of Safety and Efficacy

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

This is issue 4 of CLI’s On Science series. To view this report as a PDF, see: Abortion Pill Reversal: A Record of Safety and Efficacy     Introduction   Chemical abortions have been increasing over recent years to now account for 44 percent of reported abortions in the United States in 2019.[1] These percentages […]

Abortion Reporting: Louisiana (2019)

Tessa Longbons  

Louisiana’s 2019 abortion report was published online in March 2021. The report shows that abortions increased slightly from 2018.   Changes in Louisiana Abortions, 2018-2019 The number of chemical abortions occurring in Louisiana is not included in the abortion report.   Abortion Totals and Trends   There were 8,144 abortions reported in Louisiana in 2019, […]

Women’s Health Protection Act: An Analysis

  

This is issue 67 of CLI’s On Point Series. To view this report as a PDF, see, Women’s Health Protection Act: An Analysis   If the “Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021” were to become law, it would impose abortion on demand in all 50 states by invalidating current state laws and undermining the ability […]

Abortion Reporting: Georgia (2020)

Tessa Longbons  

Georgia released its 2020 abortion statistics in its online vital statistics database in July 2021. Georgia resident abortions increased from the previous year.   Changes in Georgia Abortions, 2019-2020 The report does not include information on Planned Parenthood’s Georgia abortion market share.    Abortion Totals and Trends   In 2020, there were 31,248 abortions reported […]

Abortion Industry Cites Outdated Science, Flawed Analysis in Dobbs Late Abortion Case

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

Babies Can Experience Pain Prior to 15 Weeks, Majority of European Countries Limit Abortion No Later Than 15 Weeks   Washington, D.C. – Using outdated research and flawed analysis, the abortion industry today ignored both modern science and basic legal facts while asking America’s highest court to overturn Mississippi’s 15-week limit on late abortions.   […]

U.S. Abortion Trends: 2019 and Preliminary 2020

Tessa Longbons  

This is Issue 19 in The American Reports Series. The paper may be viewed as a PDF here: U.S. Abortion Trends: 2019 and Preliminary 2020   Although accurate abortion data is vital for multiple public health and public policy purposes, U.S. abortion reporting remains dilatory and incomplete. States set their own reporting standards, and three […]

New Report Highlights 15 Facts Science Reveals About 15-Week-Old Unborn Babies

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

Outdated Laws and Court Precedents Should Follow the Science, Recognize Rights of ‘Amazingly Complex Human Beings’   Washington, D.C. – A new report from the Charlotte Lozier Institute highlights that at 15 weeks’ gestation, an unborn baby’s heart has already beat nearly 16 million times since it first started pumping blood by the 6th week […]

15 Facts at 15 Weeks

Katrina Furth, Ph.D.  

This is issue 3 in CLI’s On Science Series. To view this report as a PDF, see: 15 Facts at 15 Weeks     This year, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which would allow Mississippi to limit abortions at 15 weeks. Medical advancements have long surpassed […]

Abortion Reporting: Oklahoma (2020)

Tessa Longbons  

Oklahoma’s 2020 abortion report was published by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) in June 2021. The report shows that abortions declined from the previous year.   Changes in Oklahoma Abortions, 2019-2020 The report does not include information on Planned Parenthood’s Oklahoma abortion market share.   Abortion Totals and Trends   There were 3,797 […]

Health Risk: State of Florida Data Reveals Dramatic Increase in Risky Abortion Method

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

European and American Studies Show Chemical Abortions Inflict a Complication Rate Four Times That of Surgical Abortions   Washington, D.C. – Newly released State of Florida abortion data shows a dramatic increase in the number of women using potentially dangerous abortion drugs, which according to multiple peer-reviewed studies pose higher rates of complications.   Data […]

Abortion Reporting: Florida (2020)

Tessa Longbons  

Florida publishes preliminary abortion totals on the website of the Agency for Health Care Administration and was one of the first states to release 2020 abortion statistics. Its full report was provided to the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) in May 2021.   Changes in Florida Abortions, 2019-2020 The report does not include information on Planned […]

Science: At 6 Weeks, Unborn Baby’s Heart Rate is Approximately 98 Beats Per Minute

Charlotte Lozier Institute  

Following the Science on Texas Heartbeat Act   Washington, D.C. – With a national debate raging over the new Texas law which protects life from the first heartbeat, what does science say about unborn babies at 6 weeks’ gestation?   “While some people falsely claim that a preborn baby at 6 weeks’ gestation is just […]

At Different Times in Life

Robin Pierucci, M.D., M.A.  

As children head back to school, many parents are snapping “first day of school” pictures. This annual event documents not only some interesting fashion trends, but also how physically different we look at different ages.  I recently found an older family album that solidified this fact. I had to take a second look to verify […]