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Arlington, VA 22206

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The 4th Circuit and a Case on Abortion Telemedicine in the Time of COVID-19

Twenty-four U.S. senators and 78 members of the House of Representatives have filed a bicameral amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief in the case of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists v. United States Food and Drug Administration (ACOG v. FDA). The case is currently on appeal from the District of Maryland to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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November 18, 2020
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Abortion Reporting: Maine (2019)

Maine’s 2019 abortion report was published in July 2020 by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. The report indicates that abortions increased from 2018 to 2019.

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Medical and Social Risks Associated with Unmitigated Distribution of Mifepristone: A Primer

Chemical abortions, or “medication” abortions, have become a more prevalent method of abortion in recent years in the United States. In 2000, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of mifepristone, in conjunction with the drug misoprostol, as an abortion-inducing, two-drug process. By 2018, the Charlotte Lozier Institute estimates that 41% of U.S. abortions were chemically induced.

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New Abortion Trends in the United States: A First Look

To allow for a preliminary view of the current state of abortion in the U.S., the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) reviewed all available state reports for 2017 and 2018. As of July 2020, 38 states had released 2018 abortion statistics. CLI’s preliminary review of 2017 state abortion reporting, published in May 2019, suggested that the long-term decline in abortions in the United States may be slowing. This preliminary review of 2018 state data indicates that the decline may have been interrupted.

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Abortion Reporting: Arkansas (2019)

Arkansas’ 2019 abortion report was published by the Arkansas Department of Health in June 2020. The report shows that abortions declined from 2018.

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FDA’s Race to Defend Women From Dangerous Drugs

Abortion advocates—seeking to exploit the COVID-19 crisis to advance unfettered access to abortion-inducing drugs—found a friend in federal court.  In mid-July, Judge Theodore D. Chuang issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from enforcing certain health and safety practices that abortion providers are required to follow when prescribing the only FDA-approved abortion drug regimen.

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The “No-Test Medication Abortion” Protocol: Experimenting with Women’s Health

A trend of mounting concern is occurring in abortion provision.  When elective induced abortion was legalized in the United States in 1973, one oft-cited motivation was to improve abortion’s safety, as it was frequently claimed that many women were injured and sometimes died from illegal abortions. Recently, abortion advocates have changed their strategy. Whereas once they claimed they wanted abortion to be “safe, legal and rare,” now they favor immediate access and convenience to abortion for all women experiencing unintended pregnancies, regardless of whether it might be more dangerous for a woman, or whether the law prohibits it. Thus, they have begun encouraging women to seek more dangerous, “self-managed” abortions.

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#AbortionChangesYou: A Case Study to Understand the Communicative Tensions in Women’s Medication Abortion Narratives

Our study is one of the first to analyze women’s narratives after having had a medication abortion. Using relational dialectics theory, we conducted a case study of the nonpartisan website, Abortion Changes You.

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