Key Issues: Footnotes

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  7. Jones RK, Boonstra, H. Confidential reproductive health services for minors: The potential impact of mandated parental involvement for contraception. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. 2004;36(5): 182-191.
  8. Reddy DM, Fleming R, Swain C. Effect of mandatory parental notification on adolescent girls use of sexual health care services. JAMA. 2002; 288:710-714.
  9. Council of Scientific Affairs, American Medical Association. Confidential health services for adolescents. JAMA. 1993;269:1420-1424.
  10. A Work in Progress v.2: Building a Minnesota State Plan for Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Parenting. Minnesota Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention and Parenting and National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Research Center. 2003.
  11. Minnesota Family Investment Program Longitudinal Study: Special Report on Teen Mothers. Minnesota Department of Human Services. 2003.

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