Martha Stoddard

Statehouse Reporter, Omaha World-Herald

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Statehouse reporter for the Omaha World-Herald

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All states have a safe haven law, aimed at providing a way for desperate new mothers to drop off their infants at a hospital without fear of prosecution for abandonment.

Nebraska Becomes Drop-Off Point for Unwanted Teens

All states have a safe haven law, aimed at providing a way for desperate new mothers to drop off their infants at a hospital without fear of prosecution for abandonment.

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