Mia Steupert, M.A.Research Associate
Mia Steupert serves as Research Associate at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, where she conducts and edits research on a variety of topics related to science and statistics for life.
Prior to joining CLI, Mia was an intern at Family Research Council in the Life and Human Sexuality departments. Her research focused on the inner workings of Planned Parenthood and sexuality legislation at the federal and state levels. Mia also interned at the Institute on Religion and Democracy where she wrote articles for their blog on politics and the Catholic Church.
Mia holds an MA in Government with a concentration in law and policy from Regent University and a BA, cum laude with distinction, in Political Science from Emmanuel College. Mia has completed two thesis papers- a graduate thesis on Catholic sexual ethics and an undergraduate thesis on the American nuclear family.
In her free time, Mia likes to read and write about Catholic theology, play softball and golf, spend time with her family and watch sports.
Oregon’s abortion statistics for 2021 were published in October 2022 on the state’s Induced Abortion Dashboard run by the Oregon Health Authority’s Center for Health Statistics. During 2021, reported abortions in the state increased from 2020.
Alabama’s 2021 abortion report was published online by the Alabama Department of Public Health in October 2022, showing that abortions reported in Alabama increased from 2020.
Idaho’s 2021 abortion report was published by the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare in September 2022. The report shows that abortions decreased from the previous year.
Kentucky’s 2021 abortion report was published by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Human Services in October 2022. There were 4,441 abortions reported in Kentucky in 2021, an 8.2 percent increase from the previous year.
From 1,471 abortions in 2019 to 167 in 2020, the total number of abortions reported in the Missouri fell by 89 percent, while chemical abortions increased by 47 percent.
North Dakota published its 2021 abortion report in October 2022. The report shows that the number of abortions in North Dakota slightly decreased from 2020.