Should Teenagers Have Easier Access to Birth Control?

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A Lynn, Massachusetts school district, which has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the state, recently voted to give students access to condoms, birth control pills, and emergency contraception upon request. Pediatrician Dr. Dafna Ahdoot shares that 30 percent of American teens will become pregnant by the age of 20. She agrees its always better to give the kids knowledge, which has been proven to delay the age kids have sex.