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Boston schools might offer condoms

The Boston School Committee is considering a policy change that would make condoms available to high school students across the city to prevent teenage pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted infections.

The move would mark a dramatic shift in philosophy for the city’s public school system, where only a limited number of high schools that have health centers can hand out condoms.

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