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Teenagers need guidance before being sold morning-after pill

April 11, 2013
The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

A judge has ruled that underage women can have the morning-after birth control pill. I feel that if you are underage you still need to have the parents involved.

Most of the pregnancies are teenagers and I feel they need proper guidance from physicians, parents, clergy, social worker, etc.

This will be a subject that will be debated for years. There is no real answer, I just feel there should be proper recommendations from all sides to make a proper decision for each individual women.

Kathy Dearth

Spencer, W.Va.

 
 

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