The Charlotte Lozier Institute has gathered much-needed information about how state laws allow doctors to care for women in emergencies.
Author: Alexandra DeSanctis
The <em>Washington Post</em> Portrays a Black Pro-Life Activist as an Abortion Supporter
The article attempts to depict Elaine Riddick as an opponent of Dobbs even though she’s passionately pro-life.
The Disingenuous Debate over Ectopic Pregnancy and Miscarriage
Abortion supporters don’t actually care about the text of pro-life laws.
Coalition of Major Conservative Groups Urges McConnell to Block Bill Redefining Marriage
The proposed law goes well beyond cementing Obergefell and threatens the rights of countless Americans.
Rebutting Michelle Goldberg’s Mischaracterizations
The New York Times columnist misrepresented both my argument and the facts about pro-life laws.
<em>Politico</em>: VP Harris Set to Push Abortion on the Campaign Trail
There’s little reason to believe that either abortion on demand or the vice president is going to save Democrats in November.
Pro-Life Laws Don’t Punish Women
Media reports usually fail to note that penalties are aimed at abortionists, not at women.
Georgia Heartbeat Bill Allowed to Take Effect
A federal appeals court has overturned a lower court ruling that had blocked the law because of Roe.
Health Clinics and Pregnancy Centers Outnumber Planned Parenthood Facilities 14 to 1
A report from the Lozier Institute has up-to-date figures on where women can find actual health care, prenatal services, and support in parenthood.
Why the Dictionary Is Trying to Redefine ‘Woman’
When you can’t control reality, all you can do is attempt to control the way we speak about it.