Wis. Senate to debate abstinence education
MADISON, Wis. -- The Wisconsin state Senate plans to vote on a bill that would require sex education classes in schools to stress abstinence over contraception.
The proposal up for a vote today in the Senate has been derided by Democrats and others as irresponsible. The measure would undo a Democratic-backed law that passed when they were in control of the Legislature two years ago.
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