One selling point for getting a town to install a baby box has been the claim that the cost of the box will not come out of taxpayer pockets. Well, that’s in question.
A compilation of some of the most weird-ass pro and con baby box testimony I’ve ever heard, all on Maine’s LD560.
For some time I’ve wondered why Pennsylvania hasn’t acquired any Safe Haven Baby Boxes. Well, now I know why.
A comprehensive set of news stories related to Indiana and the Safe Haven Baby Box movement in the state
Information on Safe Haven Baby Box cases in Indiana.
On December 4, 2020, Gary, Indiana Fire Station # 5 became the 48th location in the state to open a Safe Haven Baby Box where mothers can legally abandon their secret newborns by depositing them in a box-in-a-wall to prevent personal inconvenience, embarrassment, and shame.
Florida’s first Safe Haven Baby Box will open soon in Ocala.
Ordinarily, I’d just dismiss this particular adoption story, but there’s a catch.
Last week the Village Council of Pioneer, Ohio—population 1,300—unanimously approved installation of a baby box at the village fire station.