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

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

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March 1, 2024 Fact of Life: American Cars (and Their Drivers) Exhibit Decidedly More Pro-life than Pro-choice Views Fact of Life: American Cars (and Their Drivers) Exhibit Decidedly More Pro-life than Pro-choice Views February 29, 2024 Abortion Reporting: Nevada (2022) Abortion Reporting: Nevada (2022) February 29, 2024 Abortion Reporting: Illinois (2022) Abortion Reporting: Illinois (2022)
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CLI Authors’ Responses to Sage Concerns and Retractions
Maternal & Public Health

CLI Authors’ Responses to Sage Concerns and Retractions

On February 5, 2024, Sage Publications retracted three peer-reviewed articles authored by affiliates of the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Prior to these retractions, Sage issued an expression of concern against the first of the three articles in July of 2023. Reproduced here are the authors’ initial response to Sage’s notice informing CLI of its intention to issue an expression of concern, as well as the authors’ subsequent response to the official retractions.

Lozier Institute Amicus Brief in Support of Ecuador Law Limiting Abortion
Life & the Law

Lozier Institute Amicus Brief in Support of Ecuador Law Limiting Abortion

On February 19, 2024, CLI associate scholar Mary E. Harned, J.D., submitted an amicus brief on behalf of CLI to the Constitutional Court of Ecuador. This brief was written in support of three provisions of Ecuador’s Organic Law Regulating the Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy: (1) a requirement that ultrasounds be performed prior to abortion decisions, (2) a 12-week gestational age limit on abortion, and (3) a prohibition on the commodification of post-abortion fetal remains. Following is CLI’s amicus brief reproduced in full.

Public Comment: Lozier Institute on CDC’s Notice of Proposed Modifications to Assisted Reproductive Technology Program Reporting
Life & the Law

Public Comment: Lozier Institute on CDC’s Notice of Proposed Modifications to Assisted Reproductive Technology Program Reporting

On January 25, 2024, CLI submitted a public comment to the CDC regarding newly proposed modifications related to data collection and reporting from assisted reproductive technology programs and modifications to data validation procedures. In light of the fact that none of these proposed changes recognized the inherent value and dignity of nascent human beings created from ART programs, including IVF, CLI took the opportunity to encourage the CDC to do so and to consider limiting, reporting, or regulating "the number of living embryos destined for research and destruction."

CLI Scholars React to Nature Medicine Study
Chemical Abortion

CLI Scholars React to Nature Medicine Study

Following the release of a study in Nature Medicine, which discussed the “safety and effectiveness” of abortion drugs acquired through telehealth, Tessa Longbons Cox, senior research associate at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, made the following statement:

Five Facts About “Life-Limiting” Fetal Conditions
Maternal & Public Health

Five Facts About “Life-Limiting” Fetal Conditions

Babies prenatally diagnosed with a life-limiting condition often face discrimination. Some continue to refer to these conditions as “lethal” or “fatal” or “incompatible with life.” In such cases abortion is often offered as the only option to families. The fact is, however, that some of these babies may require very minimal medical support after birth or may benefit and be stabilized for further evaluation with medical interventions routinely performed on babies without lethal labels.

Charlotte Lozier Institute Responses to Sage Retractions
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Charlotte Lozier Institute Responses to Sage Retractions

The Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) and associate scholars are facing an unprecedented attack on our research. We believe that because our research has been widely read and cited, including in prominent legal contexts, we are now subject to unprovoked and partisan assault. Sage Publishing, an academic publishing company, retracted three of our studies on February 5, 2024. This action is meritless because, among other things, Sage to this day has advanced no legitimate objection to any findings of the studies.

Maternal & Public Health

Abortion Reporting: Pennsylvania (2022)

Pennsylvania’s 2022 abortion report was published online by the Pennsylvania Department of Health in December 2023. The report shows that abortions increased from the previous year.

Maternal & Public Health

Abortion Reporting: Idaho (2022)

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare released their annual vital statistics report, showing that abortions declined in 2022 from the previous year.

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