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Degrassi episode causes stir in U.S.

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TORONTO -- A U.S. cable channel has decided to postpone a two-part episode of the Canadian-made series Degrassi: The Next Generation because of its controversial plot about teen pregnancy and abortion. As a result, the outlet, the MTV-owned N Channel, has been the recipient of a 6,000-signature petition and even the attention of the New York Times.




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