Here’s some good news.
The number of abortions performed in Wisconsin has dropped for the sixth straight year.
That’s according to the latest annual report on induced abortions released by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services on Monday.
The report shows that there were 5,660 abortions in the state last year compared with 5,800 abortions in 2014. That’s a drop of 140 abortions, a 2.4 percent decline.
Abortions have been steadily declining in the state since 2009.