Abortion rates are down again in Wisconsin.
They've declined for the fifth straight year, according to a new report from the state Health Department.
Wisconsin Right to Life Executive Director Barbara Lyons says it's incredibly good news, because it means more babies are being allowed to live and mothers aren't have to suffer from emotional pain from having to make the decision.
Lyons believes rates continue to drop because the current generation of young adults are much more pro-life than Generation X was. She says those women are far less likely to have abortions than their predecessors.
There were around 82-hundred abortions performed in Wisconsin last year, a decline of less than one-percent from the year before.