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The Colorado Family Planning Initiative made IUDs and other long-term birth control methods (implants/injections) available to women in a new an innovative way and teen births and abortions dropped by nearly 50%, and the birth-rate among teens who were already mothers fell by 58%.

For ever $1 spent, the state saved $5.85.

Anyone want to guess who opposed it?

Hopefully other states will follow in Colorado's footsteps.

jeannie 6 years ago

This is wonderful news. It's good to read that other states are following this model, as well.