Every two years, high school students nationwide answer questions in the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (YRBS) that help guide policy on teen pregnancy and sex education, smoking, alcohol and drug use, guns, physical activity and seatbelt use. But Georgia is one of only five states in the entire country that deletes survey questions that address sexual behavior.
To do effective prevention, we must meet Georgia’s young people where they are, and to do that we have to have solid information.
Ask Governor Deal to include the sexual health risk questions on this year's YRBS.
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