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The rate of teen pregnancy is again on the rise. After the great debate about whether abstinence or contraceptive education was more successful, it appears that neither is very effective. We talk with a health counselor and the principal of the Clark County School that allows pregnant students to graduate. We also meet a student who is pregnant and a teen who is running a one-woman campaign to raise awareness about the problem among her peers.

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