Supporters of comprehensive, medically accurate sex education applaud during a 2005 rally in the Capitol Rotunda in Olympia. From left are Mary Church, a homemaker from Lakewood, Alexis Thomas, an administrative assistant from Seattle and Lindsay Womack, a worker at at family planning clinic from Vancouver.
Supporters of comprehensive, medically accurate sex education applaud during a 2005 rally in the Capitol Rotunda in Olympia. From left are Mary Church, a homemaker from Lakewood, Alexis Thomas, an administrative assistant from Seattle and Lindsay Womack, a worker at at family planning clinic from Vancouver. Tony Overman Staff file photo
Supporters of comprehensive, medically accurate sex education applaud during a 2005 rally in the Capitol Rotunda in Olympia. From left are Mary Church, a homemaker from Lakewood, Alexis Thomas, an administrative assistant from Seattle and Lindsay Womack, a worker at at family planning clinic from Vancouver. Tony Overman Staff file photo

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