Briefly: Policy Brief: 2017 Public Policy Agenda
When we empower all women and girls with the information, access, and opportunities that give them the power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant, child and family wellbeing will improve. There will be a better educated and prepared competitive workforce, less poverty, healthier children and families, lower taxpayer costs, and less abortion. Therefore, it is critical that policymakers support policies and programs that have been demonstrated to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy. For more information on these policies, please see our Public Policy Agenda here.
Publication date: September 2017
Suggested Citation(s): The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. (2017). Briefly—2017 Federal Policy Agenda. Washington, DC: Author.