King Middle School Principal Addresses Parents on Birth Control Pills

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The decision by King Middle School in Maine to make birth control pills available to school students who are as young as 11 years of age is obviously not only very controversial but also shows how low our morals have gone.

Schools aim to prevent pregnancy in children and teens who are as young as 11 years old; however, more work needs to be done with parents not directly with children. In readl world when an 11 years old

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