AFLA

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AFLAArmed Forces Legal Assistance
AFLAAdolescent Family Life Act
AFLAAustronesian Formal Linguistics Association
AFLAAfrica Legal Aid
AFLAAssociation Française de Linguistique Appliquée (French: French Association for Applied Linguistics)
AFLAAmateur Fencers League of America
AFLAArtists for Local Agriculture (Utah)
AFLAArchitectural Foundation of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
AFLAAlaskans for Language Acquisition
AFLAAutomotive Fleet and Leasing Association
AFLAAmerican Foreign Law Association, Inc.
AFLAAlaska Family Leave Act
AFLAAssociation For Legal Americans (blog)
AFLAArab Front for the Liberation of Al-Ahwaz
AFLAAmerican Family Life Assurance Company
AFLAAssociation of Finnish Local Authorities (Finland)
AFLAAmerican Fleet Leasing Association
AFLAAlaska Foreign Language Association
AFLAAsian Federation of Library Associations
AFLAAllegheny Foreign Language Association
AFLAA Four Letter Acronym
AFLAAccess & Fairness Leadership Academy (State Bar of California)
AFLAAir Force of the Liberation Army (Laos)
AFLAAnother Four Letter Acronym
AFLAAir Force Landscape Architecture
AFLAAmerican and Foreign Law Association
AFLAAssociation Famille Levesque et Alliés (France)
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They modified an earlier program, the 1981 Adolescent Family Life Act (AFLA), so that its broader abstinence-education language now conforms to the more restrictive 1996 brand of abstinence.
Both Sex Respect and Teen-Aid have received federal grants under the Adolescent Family Life Act, often called Title XX.
During the Reagan and Bush years, the federal government supported the anti-abortion movement's view that abortion was "wrong," through such travesties as the Adolescent Family Life Act and the Squeal Rule, with the result that many teenage girls came to believe that if abortion was "bad," maternity was "good." In light of this history, the idea of taking back the language of morality has a certain genius; but there's always danger of boomerang when teenagers are advised to do "right," since so many identify as bad.
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