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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
April 1998
This report provides information on trends of "at-risk" behaviors of youth in Washington State as of 1998.  Since 1995, the Institute has published trends in the rates of violent crime, teen substance abuse, teen pregnancy, teen suicide, dropping out of school, child abuse placements, domestic violence, and foster home placements. These trends establish a baseline to assess statewide progress in measuring the outcomes established in the 1994 Violence Reduction Act. 
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