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Debate over morning-after pill for 15-year-olds

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Allison Guarino understands the controversy over new rules allowing 15-year-olds to buy the morning-after pill without a prescription. But as someone who teaches pregnancy prevention to ninth-graders in Boston, she thinks lowering the age will "help the girls who need the help the most." "Some girls might not have a good relationship with their parents," she said, "or they had...

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