IODC Report

The Indiana Department of Health released its Terminated Pregnancies Report for the 4th quarter of 2023. Twenty women reported complications in the fourth quarter, with the majority involving chemical abortions and retained parts. The newest data released by the Indiana Department of Health on February 29 lists a total of 46 abortions in Indiana in the fourth quarter of 2023, the lowest fourth quarter totals in over 50 years.

Indiana Right to Life President and CEO Mike Fichter issued this statement: “While we are encouraged abortion numbers fell in Indiana to the lowest fourth quarter numbers in five decades, we grieve the loss of 46 children and renew our commitment to making Indiana a state where every pregnant mother receives compassionate support and every baby’s life is protected.

Many serious challenges remain, including the fact that the Indiana Department of Health is blocking public access to terminated pregnancy reports. This manipulation creates a lack transparency, making it impossible to verify these numbers are accurate – and that Indiana law is being followed related to abortion activity. We urge the Indiana legislature to act now by requiring IDH to follow the law in abortion reporting.”

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