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Access to contraceptives for reproductive-age minors varies across the United States but should be accessible to all, according to the authors of a recent paper. State laws often prevent minors from consenting to contraception by themselves or only allow access without parental permission if the minor is married.

State Laws and Local Practices Hinder Birth Control Access for Minors

Adolescents should have equal access to contraceptives