Government saves souls from possibility of eternity in hell

The state government in Sau Paulo, Brazil, doing its bit to help increase the number of souls in heaven, has made available:

the morning after pill at train stations for less than $1.
In a fortunate side effect, such a move is also expected to reduce the number of women seeking illegal life-threatening abortions in Brazil where:
The federal health ministry admits that more than 1 million abortions take place... each year despite the country's strict anti-abortion laws.
Recognising the complexity of the situation:
The federal health department also wants to start training school teachers to teach sexual education
the Catholic Church is vehemently fighting the move.

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