Merits of offering middle-schoolers access to birth control debated

10/22/2007 | NYTimes.com

Some Maine parents and students are decrying a school board decision to allow a middle school health clinic to provide students access to prescription birth control, claiming it sanctions sexual activity, while others say it may prevent pregnancy in children who already are sexually active.

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