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Charlotte Lozier Institute

Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Fact Sheet: Pregnancy Help Centers – Serving Women and Saving Lives

Pregnancy help centers (formerly known as crisis pregnancy centers and also as pregnancy care or resource centers) provide support services, medical care and resources to women facing difficult or unexpected pregnancy to assist with their immediate and ongoing needs.

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January 18, 2018
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Dangerous Abortion Pills: Another Woman Drugged and Loses Child

In May of 2017, Brook Fiske made the trip from her home in Rochester, New York to Arlington, Virginia to visit Sikander Imran and discuss with him how they planned to raise their child that she was carrying. The two were medical professionals that had dated in Rochester, and Fiske was 17 weeks pregnant. Though Imran had urged her to terminate the pregnancy, she refused. Tragically, he would have his way. Fiske recently shared her story to local news.

Maternal & Public Health

Abortion Reporting: Alaska (2016)

In 2016, a total of 1,260 abortions were reported in Alaska, a decrease from the 1,334 abortions reported in 2015. Since 2003, the earliest reporting year available, abortions in Alaska have declined by over 30 percent. Chemical abortions have also fallen, dropping by three-and-a-half percent from 2015 and by not quite two percent from 2003. However, during 2016, the 329 chemical abortions performed in Alaska made up 26 percent of total abortions, while in 2003 chemical abortions composed only 19 percent of total abortions.

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Reckless Push for Dangerous At-Home Pill Abortions Follows Yet Another Flawed Study

Charlotte Lozier Institute experts today criticized a recent study purporting to demonstrate the safety of mail-order abortion pills manufactured overseas, as well as coverage of the study by a prominent abortion advocacy news site, Rewire.

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Pro-life Group Blasts Insurance Companies for Not Disclosing Abortion Coverage

With Deadline Looming, Eight Carriers in Five States Still Provide No Information About Whether Their Obamacare Plans Cover Abortion.

Maternal & Public Health

Abortion Reporting: Nebraska (2016)

Nebraska’s 2016 abortion report shows that abortion totals in the state continue to fall. The 16-page report is published every May by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services and made available on the health department’s website.

Maternal & Public Health

Abortion Reporting: Minnesota (2016)

Total abortions in Minnesota have been slowly decreasing since 1999, when its current abortion reporting statutes went into effect. While abortions went up by not quite 1 percent from 2015, total abortions performed in the state dropped by 31 percent between 1999 and 2016. At the same time, chemical abortions have been increasing. In 1999, 81 chemical abortion procedures were performed, accounting for slightly more than half of 1 percent of all abortions. By 2016, the number of chemical abortions had increased by almost 4,250 percent to 3,522 abortions, making up a little over 35 percent of Minnesota abortions. Between 2015 and 2016, chemical abortions rose by nearly 12 percent. The abortion rate increased slightly between 2015 and 2016, rising from 8.4 in 2015 to 8.6 in 2016.

Maternal & Public Health

Abortion Reporting: Ohio (2016)

Since 1991, the earliest year with information available online, the annual number of Ohio abortions has been dropping. By 2016, the total number of abortions had declined 50 percent from 41,705 in 1991 to 20,672 in 2016.

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