The Michigan Department of Community Health recently released abortion statistics for the year 2004 in Michigan (you'll have to scroll down a bit). In 2004, there were 26,269 abortion performed in Michigan. This is an 11.1% decrease from 2003 when 29,540 abortion were performed in Michigan.
One of the most notable things about these statistics is the absence of something. Under immediate and subsequent complications, there are no deaths listed. This is incorrect because a 15-year-old girl named Tamia Russell died from an abortion in January of 2004. Tamia's name has also been spelled "Tamiah."
Tamia's death and abortion (which occurred without her parents' consent) were widely publicized and received a good deal of media attention in the Detroit area. Geoffrey Feiger was even going to take the family's case against the abortion clinic. LifeNews discussed it here, here, and here.
Other statistics of note:
37.5% of abortions were performed on Black women.
Four children showed evidence of life after being aborted.
Twenty-two children were aborted after 24 weeks of pregnancy.