Iran’s Parliament Moves To Criminalize Permanent Contraception In Effort To Boost Population

Washington Post: Iran’s baby shortage leads to a plan to ban permanent contraception
“Iran’s parliament on Tuesday took a step closer to criminalizing permanent forms of contraception, in a move intended to turn around a decreasing population rate…” (Rezaian, 6/25).

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