MADISON, WISCONSIN – Recent official pronouncements in China have sparked speculation that tighter restrictions on abortion may be in the offing.
Six months ago, the Chinese State Council issued guidelines to lower the number of abortions performed for nonmedical reasons. And in February, China’s family-planning association announced that the authorities would launch a special abortion intervention campaign to reduce unwanted pregnancies and abortions among teenagers.
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