“This victory is critically important for tens of thousands of Ohioans across our state that rely on Planned Parenthood for care and education each year."
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“Our students should have access to comprehensive, medically accurate, and age-appropriate sex education, not curriculum based on one politician’s religious beliefs."
The bishops say the laws violate their right to religious liberty.
“I felt like the timing was really off and I don’t think it’s what the majority of the membership wanted,” said one teacher.
Appalachia’s suicide rate is 17 percent higher than the national average, but not many mental health providers accept one of the region's most popular forms of insurance.