Strengthening abortion reporting requirements would be a win for all Texans

By Texas Right to Life Although abortion is the most common yet potentially dangerous surgery in America, abortion is still the most under-regulated and under-inspected industry in America. Many states, and even New York City, have requirements that abortionists and abortion facilities report their statistics to the state health departments, not only for public safety …

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Alaska’s annual abortion report rife with vague answers & partial responses

  By Patricia Coll Freeman, CatholicAnchor.org Alaska’s latest annual report on abortions reveals that abortion practitioners are increasingly failing to provide specific answers to questions about their practice or only partially filling out responses to queries about how, why and at what gestational ages abortions were performed, as well as how old women and minor …

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Tribune Story Reveals that Thousands of abortions not reported to Illinois State Health Department, System “broken”

By Dave Andrusko A front page story in the Chicago Tribune yesterday paints a scary picture of a state reporting system so broken that “regulators have documented between 7,000 and 17,000 fewer abortions a year than a national research group found in Illinois,” according to reporter Megan Twohey. And nearly “4,000 reports of abortion complications …

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