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Irish FAQ: Politics [4/10]
Section - 7) Isn't contraception illegal in the Republic?

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	There are no longer laws against any form of contraception
	in the Republic of Ireland, apart from the RU-486 abortion
	pill that is also banned in the UK.  Ten years ago condoms
	weren't available to under anybody under 16.  Now, possibly
	as a result of AIDS, these laws restricting contraceptives
	have been repealed.  Condom machines are now commonplace
	in bars throughout the country.


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Top Document: Irish FAQ: Politics [4/10]
Previous Document: 6) What are the political parties in Northern Ireland?
Next Document: 8) What about D.I.V.O.R.C.E. ?

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