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    It's YOUR job to set the expectations for how your child act and what services they seek out.

    My expectation is that I don't want my kids at a movie alone before age 14 with a boy than I set that expectation. Do expect that to be a law?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica80 View Post
    It's YOUR job to set the expectations for how your child act and what services they seek out.

    My expectation is that I don't want my kids at a movie alone before age 14 with a boy than I set that expectation. Do expect that to be a law?
    If you equate it... the law would be the kid can see whatever movies they want, without your notification or approval at any time of night, and you have to pay for it.
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    No, not quite what that equates to.

    1. I hate moving ratings. If my kid is old enough to be at the mall alone for a movie, I'm okay with whatever they are watching minus porn. But porn doesn't play at the mall cinemas here.
    2. If I don't know where my kid is at any time of the night, that's my issue. Not the job of the law.
    3. I don't have to pay for MAP. You pay for anything at the pharmacy at time of purchase. Locally it's about 50.00 a pop. If I had a teenager now, I would want an explanation of where the 50.00 is going to. If they have their own money I'm not paying for it.

    MAP is not covered through NHCR to be exempt from rx copays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica80 View Post
    No, not quite what that equates to.

    1. I hate moving ratings. If my kid is old enough to be at the mall alone for a movie, I'm okay with whatever they are watching minus porn. But porn doesn't play at the mall cinemas here.
    2. If I don't know where my kid is at any time of the night, that's my issue. Not the job of the law.
    3. I don't have to pay for MAP. You pay for anything at the pharmacy at time of purchase. Locally it's about 50.00 a pop. If I had a teenager now, I would want an explanation of where the 50.00 is going to. If they have their own money I'm not paying for it.

    MAP is not covered through NHCR to be exempt from rx copays.
    If you go to the dr here and got an MAP the parent would have to pay for it.. no age limit.. heck a child could get a vacectomy or a full hysterectomy without any adult notification at all and the parent has to pay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica80 View Post
    No, not quite what that equates to.

    1. I hate moving ratings. If my kid is old enough to be at the mall alone for a movie, I'm okay with whatever they are watching minus porn. But porn doesn't play at the mall cinemas here.
    2. If I don't know where my kid is at any time of the night, that's my issue. Not the job of the law.
    3. I don't have to pay for MAP. You pay for anything at the pharmacy at time of purchase. Locally it's about 50.00 a pop. If I had a teenager now, I would want an explanation of where the 50.00 is going to. If they have their own money I'm not paying for it.

    MAP is not covered through NHCR to be exempt from rx copays.
    If you go to the dr here and got an MAP the parent would have to pay for it.. no age limit.. heck a child could get a vacectomy or a full hysterectomy without any adult notification at all and the parent has to pay.
    DH-Aug 30th 1997 Josiah - 6/3/02 Isaac 7/31/03

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    So then wouldn't I still get to find out if that's the case?

    I'm assuming I'll get a bill? Would I not ask my daughter why she went to the doctor that I wasn't aware of or....do you think she would just en up paying so I wouldn't find out?

    Assuming she is hiding this on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica80 View Post
    So then wouldn't I still get to find out if that's the case?

    I'm assuming I'll get a bill? Would I not ask my daughter why she went to the doctor that I wasn't aware of or....do you think she would just en up paying so I wouldn't find out?

    Assuming she is hiding this on me.
    no you would not get notified what the bill is for.. she would not have to tell you
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    I didn't say the bill would say it. I would then demand an answer from my child.

    If your parenting is so awful that your kid won't tell you. Again, your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivergallery View Post
    If you go to the dr here and got an MAP the parent would have to pay for it.. no age limit.. heck a child could get a vacectomy or a full hysterectomy without any adult notification at all and the parent has to pay.

    Health Center Services and Information

    Walk-in Services

    Emergency contraception, pregnancy tests, HIV testing, and basic birth control services are available on a walk-in basis. Walk-in appointments are first come, first serve, and may require you to wait. Walk-in hours are:

    Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 9:00 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.

    Tuesday 11:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Thursday 10:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m

    If you need emergency contraception (morning after pill), you can walk in any time the health center is open.

    That is flat out untrue. From one of your states sites.

    Please link me to a Dr who would do a vasectomy or hysterectomy on a minor. Ever.
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    Rachel, it's very sad that you don't know your own state's laws that you seem so comfortable spouting off about, but it's incredibly super-sad that you're just flat-out wrong about a number of key points, a couple of which are in favor in this argument. Anyone of any age can get birth control, but only minors over 15 can give consent for medical procedures. And if they use their parents' health insurance, their parents will likely see a bill, but there are also lots of clinics that provide low-cost services for teens. And while minors *can* get medical services without their parents' consent or notification, including abortion, and while there are clinics that promise to keep minors' information private, it's not illegal for a doctor to notify parents if they believe it's in the best interest of the child. It's known as the "mature minor" provision. Basically, if you seem like you're in control & educated about your options & behaving in a safe way, you're OK, but if you're all, "My 40-year-old boyfriend says I can't get pregnant because I'm not a teenager yet," then they have every right to call your parents.

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