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Gloucester fields calls on teen pregnancies

Mayor disputes reports of a pact

Mayor Carolyn Kirk of Gloucester talked to reporters about teen pregnancy issues yesterday. With her, from left, were Superintendent Christopher Farmer, Board of Health director Jack Vondras (center), and School Committee chairman Greg Verga. Mayor Carolyn Kirk of Gloucester talked to reporters about teen pregnancy issues yesterday. With her, from left, were Superintendent Christopher Farmer, Board of Health director Jack Vondras (center), and School Committee chairman Greg Verga. (DOMINIC CHAVEZ/GLOBE STAFF)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / June 24, 2008

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GLOUCESTER - The calls have come from as far away as Russia and Japan, not to mention from "The Oprah Winfrey Show," all seeking an answer to the question: Did girls at Gloucester High School make a pact to get pregnant? (Full article: 950 words)

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