Hot News Stories (7/8/15)

The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC)
A new sexual education curriculum that would teach not only abstinence but also condom and contraceptive use drew heated discussion at a Charleston County School Board committee meeting Tuesday.

American women are spending significantly less money out of pocket on contraception because of the Affordable Care Act—and are on track to spend even less in coming years, according to a new report.

The Oregonian (Portland, OR)
“Showing yet again how out of touch they are with the public, some members of Congress are working to eliminate the nation’s family planning program, known as Title X, and practically shut down federal teen pregnancy prevention and sex education programs.”


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