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Federal court ruling may prevent Texas teens from getting birth control without parental permission

U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, a former religious liberty lawyer, found that a federal program that gives teens access to birth control denies a parent “a fundamental right to control and direct the upbringing of his minor children.”

Birth control pills available at a Planned Parenthood in Austin.

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