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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
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Arlington, VA 22206

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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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Justice Thomas Confirms that Down Syndrome Issue Presents Question of “First Impression”
Fetal Development

Justice Thomas Confirms that Down Syndrome Issue Presents Question of “First Impression”

On May 28, 2019 the U.S. Supreme Court issued a long-anticipated ruling in an abortion case from Indiana involving disposition of fetal remains and whether a state may prohibit abortions performed because of the child’s race, sex, or diagnosis of Down syndrome or other disability.The lower courts had struck down both policies. The Supreme Court reversed the lower court and upheld Indiana’s fetal remains law but declined to rule on the Down syndrome issue at this time.

New Jersey Legalizes Physician-Assisted Suicide, New York Could Follow
End of Life

New Jersey Legalizes Physician-Assisted Suicide, New York Could Follow

The 2019 legislative session has been a busy time for physician-assisted suicide activists and their adversaries. In the first three and a half months of 2019 alone, 20 states introduced legislation to legalize or expand physician-assisted suicide. Of those states, 11 defeated legislation and one, New Jersey, legalized assisted suicide. Nine states still have active legislation.

Top 7 Quotes from Justice Stegall’s Opinion Dissenting from Kansas Supreme Court Abortion Ruling
Life & the Law

Top 7 Quotes from Justice Stegall’s Opinion Dissenting from Kansas Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

On April 26, 2019 the Kansas Supreme Court declared that the Kansas state constitution guarantees a right to abortion. The case involves a challenge to a Kansas statute banning the practice of dismemberment abortion.

Removal of “Sexual and Reproductive Health” Language from UN Resolution: What the Media Got Wrong
Life & the Law

Removal of “Sexual and Reproductive Health” Language from UN Resolution: What the Media Got Wrong

Many mainstream media outlets are unfairly criticizing the Trump administration for removing the phrase "Sexual and Reproductive Health" from a United Nations resolution on sexual violence. Such a policy change was necessary to ensure that this resolution did not support legal abortion.

Science Has Failed to Study Abortion
Abortion

Science Has Failed to Study Abortion

Scholars from the Charlotte Lozier Institute are presenting the scientific case for greater research and discussion around abortion—something lacking from the rest of the scientific, medical and public health communities.

Hundreds of Innocent Lives Depend on the Maine State Legislature
Life & the Law

Hundreds of Innocent Lives Depend on the Maine State Legislature

The eyes of Maine and the entire country are on the Maine state legislature this week.

Connecticut State Medical Society’s “Engaged Neutrality” on Physician-Assisted Suicide Concerns Physicians
End of Life

Connecticut State Medical Society’s “Engaged Neutrality” on Physician-Assisted Suicide Concerns Physicians

The Public Health Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly may soon vote on HB 5898, a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide. This past February, the Connecticut State Medical Society (CSMS) abandoned its long-held stance of opposition to physician-assisted suicide for a position they term “engaged neutrality.”

Saving Babies, One Surgery at a Time
Fetal Development

Saving Babies, One Surgery at a Time

Recently, more news articles are reporting how mothers in the United Kingdom have undergone groundbreaking fetal surgery while pregnant to repair defects in their babies before birth. The common thread in all these stories is that these babies were diagnosed prenatally with spina bifida, a severe congenital disorder in which the spinal column does not close properly during development, also known as a neural tube defect.

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