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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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Michael J. New, Ph.D.

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Michael New, Ph.D. is a Research Associate of Political Science and Social Research at The Catholic University of America, as well as an Associate Scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute. Additionally, he is a Fellow with the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. New has both a Ph.D. in Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Statistics from Stanford University. He has served as a post-doctoral fellow at the Harvard-MIT data center and a lecturer at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. His articles have appeared in various peer-reviewed journals, four of which have examined the impact of state-level abortion legislation.

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On Point Series

Texas’ Gain: The Lifesaving Impact of the Texas Heartbeat Act

On September 1, 2021, the Texas Heartbeat Act took effect. This legislation protects preborn children in Texas after a heartbeat is able to be detected, which science has proven can happen as early as the sixth week of gestation

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Hyde @ 40: Analyzing the Impact of the Hyde Amendment with July 2020 Addendum

This paper provides a history of the Hyde Amendment and summarizes the substantial body of academic and policy research which shows that the Hyde Amendment lowers abortion rates. It uses this research to estimate the number of lives saved by the Hyde Amendment since it was first signed into law in 1976. Our estimates indicate that as of July 2020, the Hyde Amendment has saved approximately 2,409,311 lives.

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New Report Reveals Planned Parenthood Prioritizes Abortion Over Women’s Health

Late Friday afternoon, Planned Parenthood released their annual report for 2019-2020. As always, this report contains glossy color photos and statements from Planned Parenthood leadership. However, the most interesting part of these annual reports is the data they include about Planned Parenthood’s services.  Planned Parenthood spokespeople and their allies in the media frequently argue that abortion constitutes a small fraction of their activities. However, the data contained in their annual reports tell a much, much different story.

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Abortion

Addendum to Hyde @ 40: Analyzing the Impact of the Hyde Amendment

Addendum: Since the Charlotte Lozier Institute’s analysis of the Hyde Amendment was published in November of 2016, three states have changed how their Medicaid programs cover elective abortions.

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On Point Series

An Analysis of How Medicaid Expansion in Kansas Will Affect Abortion Rates

This month, the Kansas state legislature will consider legislation that would expand Kansas’ Medicaid program. Currently, the Kansas Medicaid program does not fund elective abortions. However, in April 2019 in Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that access to abortion is a “fundamental right” under the state's Bill of Rights.

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Abortion

Guttmacher Report Shows Pro-Life Progress Continues as U.S. Abortion Rates Decline

On Tuesday, the Guttmacher Institute released a report which included updated abortion data from the year 2017. This new Guttmacher data provides further evidence that America’s abortion rate continues its steady decline.

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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.

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Abortion

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.

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Abortion

Abortion Facility Closures Behind Delaware’s Abortion Decline

Delaware’s clinic closures appear to be internally driven and due, in large part, to gross legal and medical violations surrounding multiple abortion practitioners in the state.

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Life & the Law

How the Legal Status of Abortion Impacts Abortion Rates

Arguments that legalizing abortion will improve various public health outcomes has been a frequent talking point in various political efforts to either legalize abortion or liberalize abortion laws around the world. However, an extremely broad body of economic and public health research clearly indicates that various legal protections of unborn children reduce the incidence of abortion.