New UMD program now pays for students' birth control
A new state program at the University of Minnesota Duluth has begun picking up the tab for low-income students' birth control needs.
UMD health services nurse-practitioner Sharon Anderson said she was bothered by having to send some students to Planned Parenthood earlier this year, where family planning is free for people with low incomes.
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