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Minors need parental consent for almost everything — but not contraceptives?

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(PIX11) — It seems like everything needs parental consent and adult verification now-a-days.

Alcohol, medication, going on field trips all need for you to be 18+ or to have parental consent.

But Quinn’s new proposal says students as young as 11 can get it without parental consent.

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