But not in Wisconsin where Senator Grothman, who one assumes must be an expert on abstinence, helped push the bill through to Walker's secretive pen and had abstinence based sex ed put back into the curriculum.
I think I suggested some years ago that this is good for Senator Grothman since this bill will increase the number of abortions and, thus, provide fodder for his anti-abortion crusading... think about it, if we eliminated abortions in Wisconsin by eliminating unintended pregnancies, Glenn would be out of office in a heartbeat.
In the meantime, however, this:
Teen Pregnancies Highest In States With Abstinence-Only Policies | ThinkProgress
The number of teen births in the U.S.dropped again in 2010, according to a government report, with nearly every state seeing a decrease. Nationally, the rate fell 9 percent to about 34 per 1,000 girls ages 15 through 19, and the drop was seen among all racial and ethnic groups. Mississippicontinues to have the highest teen birth rate, with 55 births per 1,000 girls. New Hampshire has the lowest rate at just under 16 percent.