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Safe Haven: Is the Law Helping Save Children
Safe Haven: Is the Law Helping Save Children

AIR DATE: May 25, 2012

The Nevada Safe Haven Law was enacted in 2001.  This lets parents hand over their babies at hospitals, police stations, or fire stations, so long as the baby isn't more than 30 days old.  The law aimed to prevent people from abandoning their babies in dumpsters or elsewhere.  Have parents used the Safe Haven law in Nevada?  And how has it affected childrens' lives?
April Mastroluca, Assemblywoman, (D) Henderson

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Thank you so much for taking the time to share information about Safe Haven. Here is a link to a website with more info on the law and how it works:
April MastrolucaMay 24, 2012 10:44:21 AM
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