New York City public schools are trying to lower the number of girls who get pregnant by the time they reach age 17 by offering the controversial "morning-after pill" to teens without parental consent.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from New York City:
City schools already hand out condoms to teens, but 13 schools are now making birth control pills and the Plan B "morning-after" pill available to girls as young as 14, without parental consent.
The New York City Health Department says, "The program aims to improve a situation that can have life-long consequences," but they can't tell us whether their program has reduced pregnancies or sexually transmitted diseases among teens. Parents can opt out of the program, but very few have.
In New York, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.
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