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Phone: 202-223-8073
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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
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Arlington, VA 22206

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New State Abortion Reporting Map: All Existing Data in One Place

This groundbreaking State Abortion Reporting Map brings together Charlotte Lozier Institute’s comprehensive state abortion reports into one easy-to-use tool for our friends in the pro-life movement, researchers, journalists and policymakers

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Abortion Reporting: Minnesota (2017)

Minnesota’s annual abortion reports serve as proof that state reporting can be efficient, low-cost, and thorough. In 2017, Minnesota’s report once again cost only $4,000 to produce, including printing costs.

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Minnesota Court Rules in Favor of University’s Use of Aborted Fetal Tissue for Research

There is a great need within the scientific community for transparency, movement away from the gruesome practice of using aborted baby parts for research, and movement toward more advanced and ethical science that is leading to real cures.

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Minnesota Governor Vetoes Informed Consent Bill

On May 16, 2018, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (D) vetoed legislation that would have protected patient autonomy and shielded physicians from liability...

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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.

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Minnesota Reports Show Smaller Abortion Centers Shrinking as Planned Parenthood Consolidates into Mega-Clinics

The Minnesota Department of Health publishes an extensive and organized annual abortion report that presents important public health information, including demographic statistics, while protecting the anonymity of women. Additionally, Minnesota reports the volume of abortions performed at each facility in the state. Minnesota’s abortion trends provide a glimpse of what is happening to the abortion market on a national scale. Similar to national trends, the total number of abortions in Minnesota has decreased, one abortion facility has closed, several have merged, and Planned Parenthood increasingly dominates the market.

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Medicaid Expansion’s Dramatic Effect on Tax-Funded Abortions in Key States

The concern pro-lifers have with Medicaid expansion is that 17 states use tax dollars to fund elective abortion through Medicaid. There is plenty of research which shows that subsidizing abortion through Medicaid increases abortion rates.

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