Kristi Burton Brown, J.D.Alumni
Kristi Burton Brown, a former Lozier Institute associate scholar, is an attorney focusing on public policy and the First Amendment and sanctity of life issues. She is licensed in the State of California and admitted to the District of Colorado and the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Kristi has worked on pro-bono projects for Life Legal Defense Foundation, Live Action, Child Evangelism Fellowship’s parent organization, and Alliance Defending Freedom. Her first book, “Do Justice: Practical Ways to Engage Our World” was published in August 2017. Kristi has been involved in politics for over a decade, working on U.S. Congressman Doug Lamborn’s inaugural campaign and as the co-sponsor and spokesperson for the nation’s first Personhood Amendment in Colorado. In her role as spokesperson, Kristi was featured and quoted in national outlets including U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, and The Washington Post; she has also appeared on multiple radio and TV shows.
Science of Abortion Pill Reversal: Too Hard a Pill for Planned Parenthood to Swallow?
When a woman regrets her original choice for abortion, she deserves information on other science-based options, writes Associate Scholar Kristi Burton Brown: When Amy Mendoza had a change of heart the day after she swallowed an abortion pill, a word she’d seen on Facebook
Q&A with the Scholars: Analyzing Pain-Capable Laws and Fetal Disposition
Written Testimony of Kristine Burton Brown, J.D., in Support of Missouri Pain-Capable Abortion Bill
Written Testimony of Kristine Burton Brown, J.D., in Support of Missouri Fetal Disposition Bill
Missouri HB 194 would regulate the disposition of fetal remains from abortion and ensure greater transparency and accountability on the part of abortion facilities. Kristi Burton Brown, J.D., submitted the following written testimony in support of HB 194.
Fetal Disposition: The Abuses and The Law
With roughly 1.06 million abortions in the nation every year, abortion facilities have a need to dispose of approximately 2,700 baby bodies every day. This paper will examine the problems that occur when laws fail to hold abortion clinics accountable and when