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BALLOT INITIATIVES

Revere keeps school contraception policy

State voters decide contentious issues

By Kathleen Burge and Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / November 4, 2009

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REVERE - Revere voters turned down a controversial ballot initiative yesterday that would have ended the practice of allowing high school students to get contraception, including condoms and the morning-after pill, at the school’s health clinic. (Full article: 763 words)

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