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Oklahoma has the 4th highest birth rate in the nation for teens, ages 15-19
Tulsa County teen birth rates decreased nearly 58% from 2009 to 2020
Tulsa County’s teen birth rate (23.9) remains much higher than the national average (13.9)
Tulsa County had the 2nd largest number (500) of teen births in Oklahoma, or about one out of every six (15%) in the state
Nearly 1 in 7 (15%) Oklahoma teen births are a subsequent birth for the teen
The Oklahoma teen birth rate declined 56% over the last decade
Oklahoma saved $49 Million in 2015 due to the teen birth rate decline
84% of teen births are paid for by Medicaid

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