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Teenagers Serenity Von Haasl (cq), 17, Esther Saforo, (cq), 15, Kathleen Miller, 18, (cq), and Kati Stanford, (cq) 17, all from Colorado Springs, pray before some of them testify against House Bill 1212 at a committee hearing at the Legislative Services Building across from the State Capitol on February 20, 2006. The bill would allow pharmacists to write and fill out prescriptions for a morning-after contraception pill, that is supposed to prevent pregnancy after sex. The students are with a pro-abstinence group called Team Engage, through the organization, Education for a Lifetime, out of Colorado Springs. They are against the pill because they support abstinence instead. "As a teenager we think that we can have sex and it's no big deal. They think that there's no consequence. I'm against it (the bill) because sex is made for the unity of marriage," said Esther Saforo, 15, of Colorado Springs. (ELLEN JASKOL/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) ***Serenity Von Haasl (cq), Esther Saforo (cq), Kathleen Miller (cq), Kati Stanford (cq)

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