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State to push abstinence in schools

Romney to use US grant; other sex-ed will stay

By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / December 21, 2005

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The Romney administration plans to introduce a new abstinence education program in Massachusetts schools beginning next month, the state's most aggressive effort yet to use a controversial method of teaching Bay State teenagers about sex. (Full article: 1229 words)

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