3 in 10 young women in South Carolina will get pregnant before age 20, and yet state policy does not require that schools offer any specific sex education curriculum.
Births to young mothers cost ...
South Carolina taxpayers $156 million every year, and yet state budgets have sharply reduced family planning services that prevent unintended pregnancy.
Teen pregnancy, STI, and HIV rates are all increasing in South Carolina, and yet the SC Comprehensive Health Education Act has not been updated since 1988.
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