An examination of the cost of teen births in Georgia. While, higher than the national average, the birth rate has fallen. Teen births pose a difficult public policy problem and also costs to local, state and federal governments.
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Title: The Cost of Teen Births in Georgia: Report for the Georgia Health Policy Center
Publication date 2001-01-10
Publication Year 2001
Georgia Health Policy Center of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
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