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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The vote Friday in Nebraska to amend the state's safe haven law that has allowed parents of unwanted kids to drop them off at hospitals noted.
(Lincoln, Nebraska: Sean Callebs) What has happened in Nebraska due to its safe haven law featured. [Dumped child at hospital, Lavennia COOVER- recounts leaving her son; describes his behavior.] [Social worker Courtney ANDERSON, state senator Brad ASHFORD- describe what has happened.] [Boys Town director Rev. Steven BOES- says there are desperate parents.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Callebs, Sean
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