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Abortion Reporting: Iowa (2021)
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Abortion Reporting: Iowa (2021)

Iowa’s 2021 vital statistics report, which includes the state’s abortion statistics, was published online by the Iowa Department of Public…

Abortion Reporting: New York (2020)
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Abortion Reporting: New York (2020)

In 2020, there were 59,344 abortions reported to have been performed in New York on state residents, down 20 percent…

The Democrats’ Misguided Demand for Taxpayer-Funded Abortion
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The Democrats’ Misguided Demand for Taxpayer-Funded Abortion

Over the long decades of debate about legal abortion in the United States, there are only a few constants. One…

June 20, 2023
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Abortion Limits are NOT a Form of Torture

This past Friday, March 8, marked International Women’s Day.  The observance, quite admirably, draws attention to the social, political, and economic struggles of women throughout the world as well as the plethora of human rights abuses committed against them. There is no doubt that women have made and continue to make vital contributions to society and every day we seem to make substantial gains in the global arena.  However, it quite often seems that, throughout most of the world, to be a woman is to be born already facing an almost insurmountable struggle and, in many cases, a life of tragedy.

Nora Sullivan, M.P.A
March 11, 2013
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Unsafe Abortion: More Information Needed for True Informed Consent

The Maryland Office of Health Care Quality is investigating the tragic death of 29-year-old Jennifer Morbelli, who died after a suspected late-term abortion procedure performed at a controversial abortion clinic in Germantown, Maryland. 

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Poll Reveals New York Abortion Expansion Plan Goes Too Far for New Yorkers

A new poll released by the Chiaroscuro Foundation in New York reveals that the majority of New Yorkers support sensible restrictions on abortion and oppose proposed changes to current law which would considerably expand abortion in the state. 

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New Research Shows Abortion Poses Higher Risk of Death than Giving Birth

For years abortion advocates and researchers have been asserting that an abortion is in fact safer than carrying a pregnancy to term.  They contend that pregnancy is a long process and the chance of complications during the gestational period and birth is significantly higher than complications resulting from the abortion procedure.  However, a study released this past week demonstrates that this claim is not entirely valid. 

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Justice Not Sought for Unborn Victims of Violence

A recent pretrial hearing of Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hasan provides the opportunity to again raise the question as to why prosecutors are not seeking justice for all the victims of the 2009 massacre.

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Abortion Reporting Laws: Tears in the Fabric

National and state abortion reporting laws and policies in the United States are a patchwork that falls far short of fulfilling the potential of this information to inform and guide public policy.   The composite picture they reveal is at once impressionistic and incomplete, non-contemporaneous and of limited use in providing a true and timely rendering of the impact of public policies and attitudes on the reality of abortion in the United States.

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Induced Abortion and Risk of Subsequent Preterm Birth

Preterm birth is one of the most significant challenges facing the field of obstetrics and remains a considerable public health issue. For years, concerns have been raised about a potential association between frequently performed induced abortion procedures and preterm delivery in subsequent pregnancies.  Such concerns have been largely ignored in mainstream U.S. medical literature and are unknown to wider public opinion.  However, a growing body of worldwide evidence suggests that the association between preterm birth and history of induced abortion is indeed credible. 

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Born Alive, Left to Die

A very disturbing story has recently come to light as it has been revealed that 491 babies were born alive during botched abortion procedures in Canada and then left to die in its immediate aftermath. These deaths took place between the years 2000 and 2009.

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