Wis. Senate passes bill requiring abstinence lessons

11/4/2011 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

The Wisconsin state Senate approved legislation Wednesday that would make abstinence and marriage key components of sex-education lessons. The proposal would alter a 2010 law that required students to learn about contraceptives. Supporters of the abstinence lessons say the previous lessons were too explicit for children, while critics say promoting abstinence will not give students access to all information.

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