Kids age 12 now get condoms in Vermont schools

By Micaiah Bilger | LifeSite News

Vermont public schools, in partnership with the largest abortion chain in America, now are required to provide free condoms to students as young as 12 – even if their parents object.

WCAX 3 reports a Vermont law that just went into effect requires all public middle and high schools to provide condoms to any student who asks for one. Gov. Phil Scott, a pro-abortion Republican, signed the law late last year.

The abortion giant Planned Parenthood is directly involved. According to the report, “Schools don’t have to pay for the condoms, they are provided by Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.” Planned Parenthood is a billion-dollar abortion chain that does about 40 percent of all abortions in the U.S.

The Vermont Right to Life Committee expressed concerns that the new program has the “potential to increase abortion rates in Vermont,” CBN News reports.

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    • Then people with real morals and common sense need to reclaim New England. We must neither surrender or retreat.

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