Teenage Pregnancy 'Pact' Alarms Parents

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More than a dozen teenage girls in Gloucester, Mass., are expecting babies in the upcoming months. Allegations that the girls made a pact to get pregnant at the same time, and raise their kids together have been in the headlines for several days. This week's Mocha Moms are joined by author Laura Sessions Stepp and pediatrician Dr. Marilyn Corder to discuss teen pregnancy.



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