In MN, does political posturing trump teen pregnancy prevention
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Some health education advocates are dismayed that Minnesota passed up more than $850,000 in federal funds for comprehensive sex education - money that was available without requiring matching state dollars. It came about due to an executive order signed by Gov. Tim Pawlenty this week directing state agencies not to apply for the grants, which are linked to the Affordable Care Act.
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