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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
June 1995
The 1993 Legislature passed ESHB 1408, which established a statewide media campaign and local community-based programs to prevent teenage pregnancy. The overall goal of the legislation was to reduce teen births. The legislation called for the community-based programs to be evaluated by changes in teenage pregnancy rates in each county. This report provides the results of a review of teenage child birth rates for Washington State and for each of the 39 counties.
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