UPDATE, 1/15, 1:35p: Kelsey at Secular Pro-Life has found an interesting stat: Apparently high abortion rates earn states an “A.”

UPDATE 1/14, 7:57p: National Right to Life has a good commentary entitled, “Is NARAL’s annual ‘Who Decides?’ report becoming delusional?”

1/14, 4:13p: Here’s one time when we hope for a bad grade, an “F” in NARAL’s annual state report cards and ranking.

NARAL has just released its 20th annual report, Who Decides? The Status of Women’s Reproductive Rights in the United States, and I’m happy to announce 19 states got Fs this year. Taking reverse first place would be North Dakota, ranked 50th!

On the other end – bummer – NARAL gave As to 16 states, A+ even to California and Washington, ranked 1 and 2 respectively.

Reporting on Who Decides?, Womensenews.org quoted NARAL policy director Donna Crane as predicting “2011 will be a banner year for anti-choice legislation in the states,” anticipating a “deluge” of pro-life legislation due to the shifting state legislatures. We can only hope.

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