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Jimmy Radosta, spokesman for Planned Parenthood Oregon, said a new gag rule on discussing the full range of options for preventing pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases is dangerous and will reverse gains made against unintended pregnancies and STD rates.

Jimmy Radosta, spokesman for Planned Parenthood Oregon, said a new gag rule on discussing the full range of options for preventing pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases is dangerous and will reverse gains made against unintended pregnancies and STD rates.

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Sex Ed on the Line

Advocates fight new rule and brace for cuts

Sex education advocates brace for impact of new gag rule on discussing full range of options for preventing pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases