Tackling teen pregnancy

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Word that Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin’s teen daughter is five months pregnant has become massive fodder for all kinds of political chat – for both conservatives and liberals. But looking at teen pregnancy as an issue unto itself – separate from the left or right -- might provide a different kind of conversation.
Guest: Patricia Quinn, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy

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