February 25, 2016|4:58 pm
(Photo: Reuters/Mike Segar)
A school district in California will soon allow condoms to be distributed in middle schools, despite opposition from many parents.
San Francisco Unified School District’s Board of Education unanimously approved on Tuesday an expansion of their “Condom Availability Program” to include middle schools.
In a statement released Tuesday, the school district noted that Middle school students can receive condoms from a school nurse without parental consent.
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