Safe Haven Law, seg. 1
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Friday, Oct. 31, 2008 | 5:30 p.m.
A Nebraska law meant to protect infants from being abandoned is causing an uproar nationwide. 22 children have been dropped off at state hospitals since the law went into effect, 12 of them teens. Should the law be redefined to protect only infants? And what's to become of teens who might otherwise end up on the streets? Jon talks with some experts who say parents are being forced to abandon their children in order to obtain the social services they need.