Michael New

Michael New is an assistant professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, an adjunct scholar at the CATO Institute, and a fellow at the Witherspoon Institute. His research has focused on ...

Michael New is an assistant professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, an adjunct scholar at the CATO Institute, and a fellow at the Witherspoon Institute. His research has focused on legislation that restricts abortion. His secondary research area is tax-limitation amendments.

New has written frequently for National Review. He received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth and his doctorate in political science from Stanford.

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Pro-Lifers Get Good News from Illinois

Today the Illinois Supreme Court upheld a state parental-notification law. This law was signed back in 1995, but has been enjoined since that time due to a hydra-headed array of ...

Pro-Life Commentary in the New York Times

This Monday, in their online “Room for Debate” section, the New York Times asked the following question: “Would support for abortion rights grow if more women talked publicly about their ...

Tracking the Times on Contraception

Last Thursday’s New York Times featured an op-ed by Juleanna Glover encouraging pro-life Republicans to support increased federal funding for contraception programs. With this column, Glover becomes that latest in ...