Set it & forget it: How better contraception could reduce poverty

Source: Margot Sanger-Katz, N.Y.Times (Paid Registration)

In Delaware, when a woman of childbearing age goes to the doctor she is asked: “Do you want to get pregnant in the next year?”

If her answer is no, clinics are being trained to ensure she gets whatever form of birth control she wants that very day, whether a prescription or an implant in her arm.If her answer is no, clinics are being trained to ensure she gets whatever form of birth control she wants that very day, whether a prescription or an implant in her arm.

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