Maine Sparks Debate over Pre-Teens, Birth Control
Last week, school officials in Portland, Maine, voted to allow the distribution of prescription-strength birth control pills to middle-school students. Lori Gramlich, a member of the Portland School Committee, discusses the decision and the controversy it has sparked over teens, sex and contraceptives.
Lori Gramlich, member of the Portland School Committee
Sarah Brown, director of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Diane Miller, former school nurse in high schools in Portland, Maine
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