Family Support Act


Family Support Act

The Family Support Act was a federal law created by the United States government in 1988. An Associated Press article said that the law "required teen mothers who receive public assistance to remain in high school and, in some cases, to live with their parents." [ [http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5h5V6UPINjUP1fphbDC1pXx4finGgD92UHUNO0 McCain fought money on teen pregnancy programs] , Associated Press, September 2, 2008]

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