Birth Control in Schools?

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Playing Birth Control in Schools?
Some schools are making morning-after pills and condoms available to students — sometimes without parental consent — in an effort to reduce teen pregnancy and STDs. “Parents worry if you give kids, teens, access to birth control, is that the green light to letting them rush out to have sex?” OB/GYN Dr. Jennifer Ashton says. The Doctors weigh in.