Hot News Stories (5/5/15)Posted: May 5, 2015
CBS Local (Crane, TX)
A Texas high school that only offers abstinence-only education is currently grappling with an STD outbreak, as on in 15 students has been infected with cases of chlamydia.
Washington Times (Washington, DC)
A D.C. law banning businesses from discriminating against workers based on their personal reproductive health decisions took effect over the weekend, despite attempts by anti-choice members of the U.S. House of Representatives to block the measure.
Tuscon Sentinel (Tuscon, AZ)
Advocates in Arizona are fighting for better sex-education programs in schools. A state legislator introduced a bill during the recent legislative session that would change the system form opt-in to opt-out, saying it would allow more students to receive sex education. The bill wasn’t heard in committee.