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(Portland, OR)  --  Teen pregnancy prevention programs in Oregon are taking a huge financial hit due to a cut to federal grants by the Trump administration.  The grant provides funds to provide sex education to about 12-thousand kids in Multnomah County, as well as provide training and coaching for teachers to effectively teach sex-ed.  The Director of Youth Sexual Health Equity Program and STD HIV says Multnomah County will lose over one-million in funding every year, and about 200-million dollars for similar programs nationwide have been cut.

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