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Interactive Map: Teen Birth Rate by County, 2009.

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By Ryan Murphy

From West Texas to the suburbs of Houston a number of schools are moving toward "abstinence-plus" education at the urging of health advisory committees made up of community members. To get a sense for which parts of the state have the most teen pregnancies, use our map to view the birth rate for girls ages 13 to 17 in 2009 by county.
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Date:Sep 16, 2011
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