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Juneau County, Wisconsin D.A. Scott Southworth warned schools that teachering students about condoms or birth-control pills could face criminal charges, for contributing to the delinquency of a minor, punishable by up to nine months gaol & $10,000 fine.
Southworth, a Christian evangelical, took issue with a law Gov. Jim Doyle signed requiring schools to teach sexual education.
Southworth says he's not trying to bolster his reputation for a potential run for higher office, his stance is popular with anti-abortion groups.
Audrey Jensen, whose 16-year-old daughter, Justina, is a sophomore at Mauston High School, said Southworth is trying to censor what students learn, usurping the role of parents. Children will have sex regardless, she said, and they need all the information they can get.