Inflation is high. The GDP has shrunk. But the job market has never been better. The Washington Post's Damian Paletta helps make sense of the U.S. economy today.
Several states have passed "baby Moses" laws, creating safe havens for newborn babies whose mothers desperately want to give them up, and who might otherwise resort to abandoning them. But adoption activists say this anonymous option robs orphaned children of crucial, basic information about their identities, medical histories and other important information. A panel talks about the phenomenon of abandoned babies.
- Dr. Caroline Burry Professor of social work at the University of Maryland School of Social Work
- John Tyson District attorney in Mobile, Alabama
- Adam Pertman Reporter for the Boston Globe and author of "Adoption Nation"
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