Replication data for: How Much Can Expanding Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives Reduce Teen Birth Rates?

Analisa Packham & Jason M. Lindo
We estimate the degree to which expanding access to long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) can reduce teen birth rates by analyzing Colorado's Family Planning Initiative, the first large-scale policy intervention to expand access to LARCs in the United States. Using a difference-in-differences approach, we find that the $23M program reduced the teen birth rate in counties with clinics receiving funding by 6.4 percent over 5 years. These effects were concentrated in the second through fifth years...
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