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Inmates in #WhiteCounty, #Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a #vasectomy or #birthcontrolimplant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU, reported News Channel 5.

In a stunning move on May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to receive 30 days credit toward jail time if they undergo a #birthcontrol procedure.

Women who volunteer to participate in the program are given a free #Nexplanon implant in their arm, the implant helps prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Men who volunteer to participate are given a vasectomy, free of charge, by the Tennessee Department of Health, according to the news channel.

County officials said that since the program began a few months ago 32 women have received the Nexplananon implant and 38 men were waiting to have the vasectomy procedure performed.

Judge Benningfield claimed he was trying to break a vicious cycle of repeat offenders who constantly come into his courtroom on drug related charges, subsequently can’t afford child support and have trouble finding jobs. “I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility and give them a chance, when they do get out, to not to be burdened with children. This gives them a chance to get on their feet and make something of themselves,” Judge Benningfield said. “Hopefully while they’re staying here, we rehabilitate them so they never come back,.” Many people are not as enthusiastic as the judge. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway and the ACLU are speaking against the ethics and legality of it. “Those decisions are personal in nature and I think that’s just something the court system should not encourage or mandate,” Dunaway said. “Offering a so-called ‘choice’ between jail time and coerced contraception or sterilization is unconstitutional,” said Hedy Weinberg, ACLU-TN executive director, in a statement. “Judges play an important role in our community — overseeing individuals’ childbearing capacity should not be part of that role.” #PopulationControl #Depopulation #Dehumanization

LOOK HOW GOOD MY BRUISE IS DOING. #nexplanon #birthcontrol

Probably tmi buttt starting the generic of Lybrel todayyy, to help with heavy periods. If you guys are on #birthcontrol to help with periods please tell me about it if you like it, and if you don't. Weight gain? Acne? Was thinking about the #nexplanon implant but I'm nervous!

4 years no babies will be ok with me. Thiago is more than enough lol. 😂 #nexplanon #nexplanonjourney

Got #nexplanon put in and she wrapped the insertion site thus blindfolding my cute foxy boy 😄💚 yay for no more pills! #armourup

So, fun fact, this is what the inside of your bicep looks like when you get your Implanon/Nexplanon implant removed and replaced... This is after 3 days and the bruise just started appearing a day and a half ago. It works for 3 years though and it was completely free with my insurance. I didn't gain weight, bloat, break out, or anything on this birth control, I love it!Totally worth it! Looks gnarly though xP
#birthcontrol #implanon #bruise #nexplanon

I'd like to thank nexplanon for the 35 pound weight losss 💯#IArmorUp u rock 🤙🏼 #nexplanon

Thanks, Dr. Stice! Got my #nexplanon implant- the numbing injection sucked for about 15 seconds and the implant took about 3 seconds to put in. That part was painless. Now I'm good for up to 4 years! Please don't comment with horror stories, every body is different.

And a very special Mother's Day shout out to my recently re-upped birth control!! Thank you @plannedparenthood for inserting my first #Nexplanon 6 years ago. It looks much worse than it is... I'm just a #bruiser (Bonus, much smaller shout out to my new bandaid allergy?)

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I am the bravest girl and may be appropriately rewarded with summer beverages. 💉🔪
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Inmates in #WhiteCounty, #Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a #vasectomy or #birthcontrolimplant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU, reported News Channel 5.

In a stunning move on May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to receive 30 days credit toward jail time if they undergo a #birthcontrol procedure.

Women who volunteer to participate in the program are given a free #Nexplanon implant in their arm, the implant helps prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Men who volunteer to participate are given a vasectomy, free of charge, by the Tennessee Department of Health, according to the news channel.

County officials said that since the program began a few months ago 32 women have received the Nexplananon implant and 38 men were waiting to have the vasectomy procedure performed.

Judge Benningfield claimed he was trying to break a vicious cycle of repeat offenders who constantly come into his courtroom on drug related charges, subsequently can’t afford child support and have trouble finding jobs. “I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility and give them a chance, when they do get out, to not to be burdened with children. This gives them a chance to get on their feet and make something of themselves,” Judge Benningfield said. “Hopefully while they’re staying here, we rehabilitate them so they never come back,.” Many people are not as enthusiastic as the judge. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway and the ACLU are speaking against the ethics and legality of it. “Those decisions are personal in nature and I think that’s just something the court system should not encourage or mandate,” Dunaway said. “Offering a so-called ‘choice’ between jail time and coerced contraception or sterilization is unconstitutional,” said Hedy Weinberg, ACLU-TN executive director, in a statement. “Judges play an important role in our community — overseeing individuals’ childbearing capacity should not be part of that role.” #PopulationControl #Depopulation #Dehumanization

Check this! Who u think most occupies these jails?! @freedom_faction Inmates in #WhiteCounty, #Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a #vasectomy or #birthcontrolimplant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU, reported News Channel 5.
-In a stunning move on May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to receive 30 days credit toward jail time if they undergo a birthcontrol procedure.
-Women who volunteer to participate in the program are given a free #Nexplanon implant in their arm, the implant helps prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Men who volunteer to participate are given a vasectomy, free of charge, by the Tennessee Department of Health, according to the news channel.
-County officials said that since the program began a few months ago 32 women have received the Nexplananon implant and 38 men were waiting to have the vasectomy procedure performed.
-Judge Benningfield claimed he was trying to break a vicious cycle of repeat offenders who constantly come into his courtroom on drug related charges, subsequently can’t afford child support and have trouble finding jobs. “I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility and give them a chance, when they do get out, to not to be burdened with children. This gives them a chance to get on their feet and make something of themselves,” Judge Benningfield said. “Hopefully while they’re staying here, we rehabilitate them so they never come back,.” Many people are not as enthusiastic as the judge. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway and the ACLU are speaking against the ethics and legality of it. “Those decisions are personal in nature and I think that’s just something the court system should not encourage or mandate,” Dunaway said. “Offering a so-called ‘choice’ between jail time and coerced contraception or sterilization is unconstitutional,” said Hedy Weinberg, ACLU-TN executive director, in a statement. “Judges play an important role in our community — overseeing individuals’ childbearing capacity should not be part of that role.” #Depopulation #Dehumanization
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Inmates in #WhiteCounty, #Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a #vasectomy or #birthcontrolimplant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU, reported News Channel 5.

In a stunning move on May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to receive 30 days credit toward jail time if they undergo a #birthcontrol procedure.

Women who volunteer to participate in the program are given a free #Nexplanon implant in their arm, the implant helps prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Men who volunteer to participate are given a vasectomy, free of charge, by the Tennessee Department of Health, according to the news channel.

County officials said that since the program began a few months ago 32 women have received the Nexplananon implant and 38 men were waiting to have the vasectomy procedure performed.

Judge Benningfield claimed he was trying to break a vicious cycle of repeat offenders who constantly come into his courtroom on drug related charges, subsequently can’t afford child support and have trouble finding jobs. “I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility and give them a chance, when they do get out, to not to be burdened with children. This gives them a chance to get on their feet and make something of themselves,” Judge Benningfield said. “Hopefully while they’re staying here, we rehabilitate them so they never come back,.” Many people are not as enthusiastic as the judge. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway and the ACLU are speaking against the ethics and legality of it. “Those decisions are personal in nature and I think that’s just something the court system should not encourage or mandate,” Dunaway said. “Offering a so-called ‘choice’ between jail time and coerced contraception or sterilization is unconstitutional,” said Hedy Weinberg, ACLU-TN executive director, in a statement. “Judges play an important role in our community — overseeing individuals’ childbearing capacity should not be part of that role.” #PopulationControl #Depopulation #Dehumanization

@Regrann from @freedom_faction - Inmates in #WhiteCounty, #Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a #vasectomy or #birthcontrolimplant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU, reported News Channel 5.

In a stunning move on May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to receive 30 days credit toward jail time if they undergo a #birthcontrol procedure.

Women who volunteer to participate in the program are given a free #Nexplanon implant in their arm, the implant helps prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Men who volunteer to participate are given a vasectomy, free of charge, by the Tennessee Department of Health, according to the news channel.

County officials said that since the program began a few months ago 32 women have received the Nexplananon implant and 38 men were waiting to have the vasectomy procedure performed.

Judge Benningfield claimed he was trying to break a vicious cycle of repeat offenders who constantly come into his courtroom on drug related charges, subsequently can’t afford child support and have trouble finding jobs. “I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility and give them a chance, when they do get out, to not to be burdened with children. This gives them a chance to get on their feet and make something of themselves,” Judge Benningfield said. “Hopefully while they’re staying here, we rehabilitate them so they never come back,.” Many people are not as enthusiastic as the judge. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway and the ACLU are speaking against the ethics and legality of it. “Those decisions are personal in nature and I think that’s just something the court system should not encourage or mandate,” Dunaway said. “Offering a so-called ‘choice’ between jail time and coerced contraception or sterilization is unconstitutional,” said Hedy Weinberg, ACLU-TN executive director, in a statement. “Judges play an important role in our community — overseeing individuals’ childbearing capacity should not be part of that role.” #PopulationControl #Depopulation #Dehumanization - #regrann

Inmates in #WhiteCounty, #Tennessee have been given credit for their jail time if they voluntarily agree to have a #vasectomy or #birthcontrolimplant, a popular new program that is being called “unconstitutional” by the ACLU, reported News Channel 5.

In a stunning move on May 15, 2017 General Sessions Judge Sam Benningfield signed a standing order that allows inmates to receive 30 days credit toward jail time if they undergo a #birthcontrol procedure.

Women who volunteer to participate in the program are given a free #Nexplanon implant in their arm, the implant helps prevent pregnancies for up to four years. Men who volunteer to participate are given a vasectomy, free of charge, by the Tennessee Department of Health, according to the news channel.

County officials said that since the program began a few months ago 32 women have received the Nexplananon implant and 38 men were waiting to have the vasectomy procedure performed.

Judge Benningfield claimed he was trying to break a vicious cycle of repeat offenders who constantly come into his courtroom on drug related charges, subsequently can’t afford child support and have trouble finding jobs. “I hope to encourage them to take personal responsibility and give them a chance, when they do get out, to not to be burdened with children. This gives them a chance to get on their feet and make something of themselves,” Judge Benningfield said. “Hopefully while they’re staying here, we rehabilitate them so they never come back,.” Many people are not as enthusiastic as the judge. District Attorney Bryant Dunaway and the ACLU are speaking against the ethics and legality of it. “Those decisions are personal in nature and I think that’s just something the court system should not encourage or mandate,” Dunaway said. “Offering a so-called ‘choice’ between jail time and coerced contraception or sterilization is unconstitutional,” said Hedy Weinberg, ACLU-TN executive director, in a statement. “Judges play an important role in our community — overseeing individuals’ childbearing capacity should not be part of that role.” #PopulationControl #Depopulation #Dehumanization

Tennessee county inmates get reduced jail time for getting a #vasectomy or birth control implant

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In a program conducted by the Tennessee department of health, inmates in White County, #Tennessee, can have their jail sentence reduced by 30 days if they undergo an elective birth control procedure.

Both male and female #inmates can volunteer for the new program. Women would receive a birth control in-arm implant #Nexplanon and men would undergo a vasectomy. So far 32 men and 38 women have volunteered for the program.
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Got a #nexplanon because I take #responsibility for my #SexualHealth #demo is #birth control #adulting

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