At what age should girls have access to birth control without the consent of their parents?

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Birth Control

Poll closed on 10/27/2016 at 9:00AM.
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15 and under

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missmedic says2016-10-24T14:29:28.3209032Z
Education, support and birth control at there first gynecological vist to the doctor. This practice is proven to be the number one way to reduce unwanted teen pregnancy.
Vaarka says2016-10-24T15:58:10.8244034Z
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missmedic says2016-10-25T04:01:46.6076492Z
Depending on the jurisdiction, legal age of consent ranges from 16 to 18 years old. Ask your self do you want to stop young people from having sex or babies? Because you cant stop them from having sex. Comprehensive sex education, support and birth control, will give them the tools they need to make the better choices. Abstinence alone is a poor choice...Https://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/PMC3194801/
mplo says2017-04-05T01:31:08.2268070Z
Teens who are sixteen years of age and over should be able to have access to birth control without having to ask their parents. They should, however, visit their doctor to find out what form(s) of contraception would be appropriate for them, depending on their circumstances.

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