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Study Confirms Abstinence Only Ed Doesn’t Work



With a man like Donald Trump serving as President of the United States, it should come as no surprise that major policy decisions are often turned into spectacles ripe with suspense or shock value (see: the build-up to his decision to leave the Paris climate accord and his surprise Twitter storm banning transgender men and women from military service).

But despite his typical fanfare, the President is also no stranger to discretion—and it’s these quiet efforts, like those rolling back teen-pregnancy prevention-programs, that are just as likely to undermine the public’s well-being without commanding a major spotlight.

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