Abstaining from controversy

May 1995
Advocate;5/30/95, Issue 682, p14
Reports that New York governor George Pataki ducked the politically sensitive condoms-in-schools issue on April 20,1995 by telling reporters that decisions on sexual education should be left to local school districts.


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