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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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February 21, 2024 CLI Authors’ Responses to Sage Concerns and Retractions CLI Authors’ Responses to Sage Concerns and Retractions February 21, 2024 Lozier Institute Amicus Brief in Support of Ecuador Law Limiting Abortion Lozier Institute Amicus Brief in Support of Ecuador Law Limiting Abortion February 21, 2024 Public Comment: Lozier Institute on CDC’s Notice of Proposed Modifications to Assisted Reproductive Technology Program Reporting Public Comment: Lozier Institute on CDC’s Notice of Proposed Modifications to Assisted Reproductive Technology Program Reporting
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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.

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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."

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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:

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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.

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Study: Women Report Abortion Drug as More Difficult Choice Than Abortion Pill Reversal

Women experience high degree of internal turmoil, regret upon taking mifepristone

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Pregnancy Centers Provided Over $350M of Services & Goods 

Meeting the Needs of Families in the Dobbs Era 

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Study: Abortion in First Pregnancy Linked to Much Higher Use of Mental Health Services

Women whose first pregnancy ends in abortion have much larger increases in mental health treatment compared to those who had a live birth, according to a recent peer-reviewed study of Medicaid claims data from a team of Charlotte Lozier Institute experts. Moreover, these women were less likely to have a prior history of mental health service utilization, suggesting that the abortion contributes to the difference.

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Hidden Epidemic: Nearly 70% of Abortions Are Coerced, Unwanted or Inconsistent With Women’s Preferences

Nearly 70% of women with a history of abortion describe their abortions as inconsistent with their own values and preferences, with one in four describing their abortions as unwanted or coerced, according to the study published in the medical journal Cureus.

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