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- Shephard Smith Of the Institute for Youth Development
- Sarah Brown CEO of The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unwanted Pregnancy and three-time hip replacement patient.
- Leslee Unruh Of Abstinence Clearinghouse
- Gloria Feldt Of Planned Parenthood Federation of America
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