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2011 (MMXI) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2011th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 11th year of the 3rd millennium and the 21st century, and the 2nd year of the 2010s decade.




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Deaths of women associated with complications from abortions for 2011 are being investigated as part of CDC's Pregnancy Mortality Surveillance System. In 2010, the most recent year for which data were available, 10 women were identified to have died as a result of complications from known legal induced abortions. No reported deaths were associated with known illegal induced abortions.


In addition to sending templates for compiling information on race and ethnicity as separate variables, CDC has provided alternative templates since 2001 for the tabulation of aggregate cross-classified race/ethnicity data. Before 2007, few reporting areas returned these alternative templates. Therefore, 2011 is the fifth year for which CDC has had sufficient data to report results by these cross-classified race/ethnicity categories (non-Hispanic white, non-Hispanic black, non-Hispanic other, and Hispanic).


This report provides state-specific and overall abortion numbers, rates, and ratios for the 49 areas that reported to CDC for 2011 (excludes California, Maryland, and New Hampshire). In addition, this report describes the characteristics of women who obtained abortions in 2011. Because the completeness of reporting on the characteristics of women varies by year and by variable, this report only describes the characteristics of women obtaining abortions in areas that met reporting standards (i.e., reported at least 20 abortions, provided data categorized in accordance with surveillance variables, and had


Some of the 49 areas that reported for 2011 were not included in certain trend analyses. As a result, summary measures for comparisons over time might differ slightly from the point estimates presented for all areas that reported for 2011.


Data from the 40 areas that reported the number of previous live births for women who obtained abortions in 2011 show that 39.9%, 46.1%, and 13.9% of these women had zero, one to two, or three or more previous live births, respectively (Table 18). Among the 33 reporting areas that provided these data for the relevant years of comparison (2002 versus 2006, 2007 versus 2011, and 2010 versus 2011), the percentage of women obtaining abortions who had no previous live births was comparatively stable; by contrast, the percentage decreased for women who had one to two previous live births, and increased for women who had three or more previous live births. Among the areas included in this comparison, 39.0%, 48.4%, and 12.6% of women had zero, one to two, or three or more previous live births, respectively in 2002; 39.8%, 46.4% and 13.8% of women had zero, one to two, or three or more live births, respectively in 2011.


Data from the 37 areas that reported the number of previous abortions for women who obtained abortions in 2011 indicate that the majority (56.9%) had no previous abortions, 36.1% had one to two previous abortions, and 7.1% had three or more previous abortions (Table 19). Among the 30 reporting areas that provided data for the relevant years of comparison (2002 versus 2006, 2007 versus 2011, and 2010 versus 2011), the percentage of women who had one to two previous abortions was stable, although there was a decrease among women who had zero previous abortions and an increase among women who had three or more previous abortions. Among the areas included in this comparison, 57.8%, 36.0%, and 6.2% of women had zero, one to two, or three or more previous abortions, respectively, in 2002; by contrast, 57.0%, 35.9%, and 7.2% of women had zero, one to two, or three or more previous abortions, respectively, in 2011.


Alternate Text: The figure is a bar chart that presents the total number of abortions, abortion rate, and abortion ratio by age group of women who had an abortion in selected reporting areas of the United States in 2011.


Alternate Text: The figure is a bar chart that presents the percentage distribution of gestational ages at the time of abortion by the age of the woman receiving the abortion in selected reporting areas of the United States in 2011.


The data posted at this site will include only the latest version of the 2011 NEI. This webpage should not be used as a reference for past versions of the NEI and users wanting a record of data used in their analysis should archive and document those inventories to meet their own archival needs. Users should not assume that the data posted on this site will stay the same as the data they use at a given point time.


Final Realignment Package Approved in Two Phases. In March, the Legislature passed two bills related to the realignment of certain corrections and mental health programs and funding. However, the Legislature did not approve the proposed constitutional amendment that provided funding for the realignment package. In June, the Legislature passed Chapter 40, Statutes of 2011 (AB 118, Committee on Budget) and Chapter 35, Statutes of 2011 (SB 89, Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review), which provided the revenues for realignment and created the account structure to allocate the realignment resources. At that time, the Legislature also approved several other budget trailer bills related to realignment. Figure 2 lists the budget trailer bills related to realignment.


The 2011 realignment legislation is complex and wide sweeping. To ensure that its changes work as intended, there are a few pressing issues that we believe the Legislature should address before the end of the current legislative session, as well as a series of more extensive issues that the Legislature should consider addressing in early 2012. We discuss the more pressing implementation issues in this section.


Given the many shifts in program responsibilities and cost shares in the 2011 realignment package, as well as its reliance on VLF (including VLF revenues shifted from the 1991 realignment plan), the CSM could find that some provisions in the 2011 realignment package constitute state reimbursable mandates. If so, the state would be required to provide additional funds to local governments to reimburse them for these costs.


While addressing this fiscal risk is a complicated task, the Legislature could take some actions to minimize it in the short run. Specifically, we recommend that the Legislature specify that the first use of any 2011 realignment account is to offset any mandated costs imposed on local agencies related to the 2011 realignment legislation. Later in this report, we recommend that the Legislature consider additional actions to minimize its ongoing fiscal risks associated with mandates.


2011 Realignment Examples: Local Corrections and Child Welfare. In determining future allocations for the newly realigned local corrections populations (from state prisons and parole supervision to local jails and community supervision), we recommend that the Legislature consider specifying an allocation formula in statute that is sensitive to future caseload changes at the county level, rather than one that essentially locks in fixed percentages of funding for each county. For example, the Legislature could consider using a formula that weighs heavily factors such as the number of adults ages 18 through 35. This formula could also include other factors such as the number adult felony convictions in each county for the crimes specified in the realignment plan. We believe these types of factors would be more responsive to changes in the populations, demographics, and caseloads that are likely to vary by county and change over time.


2011 Realignment Example: Child Welfare. Under prior law, the state and counties shared the nonfederal costs of CWS and Foster Care. Under realignment, counties pay for 100 percent of the nonfederal share of most child welfare costs. Without a constitutional amendment or other changes, counties could seek mandate reimbursement to the extent realignment revenues were less than the actual costs to provide these programs. This could happen either if the revenues provided to the child welfare subaccounts are lower than projected or if caseloads or other costs are higher than expected. Absent changes that would protect the state from county mandate claims, not only could state General Fund costs increase, but there would also be less incentive for counties to try to manage their child welfare programs efficiently within their resources.


On March 11, 2011, Japan experienced the strongest earthquake in its recorded history. The earthquake struck below the North Pacific, 130 kilometers (81 miles) east of Sendai, the largest city in the Tohoku region, a northern part of the island of Honshu.


The International Dota 2 Championships was a double-elimination offline tournament organized by Valve and took place during the five day trade show GamesCom in Cologne, 2011. The venue was used by Valve to unveil Dota 2 to the worldwide audience and offered a staggering $1.6 million prize pool to 16 invited DotA teams from around the world. The game itself was given to the 16 teams some time before the event to prepare for what would be an incredible tournament promising to grab the eSport world's attention. 041b061a72


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