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State cuts would set back programs on family planning

May 4, 2009

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REPORTS THAT the US Food and Drug Administration plans to allow over-the-counter sales of the back-up birth control method, Plan B, to 17-year-olds is welcome news indeed, especially with teen births again on the rise (" US plans to allow sale of 'morning-after' pill to minors ," Page A7, April 23). This common-sense action will give teens a second chance ... (Full article: 214 words)

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