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  Wis. Prosecutor: Sex Ed Rules Could Mean Charges
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Last EditedServo  Apr 07, 2010 01:36pm
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AuthorTodd Richmond
News DateTuesday, April 6, 2010 07:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionA Wisconsin prosecutor is warning sex education teachers they could face charges if they follow a new state law that allows them to instruct students about proper contraceptive use.

A letter sent to five school districts by Juneau County District Attorney Scott Southworth said the instruction could amount to contributing to the delinquency of a minor if teachers know students are sexually active. He said the districts should drop sex education until the law is repealed.

Southworth also argued that teaching contraceptive use encourages sexual behavior among children, which equates to sexual assault because minors can't legally have sex in Wisconsin.
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