The law currently allows parents to drop a child 60 days or younger off at an eligible spot like a fire station. The proposed law would have extended the age to one year.
“That 60 days – once that passes – mothers don’t feel like they have an option – and they don’t want to be prosecuted.”
AUSTIN, Texas – A bill pushed by local representatives did not pass Monday in Austin. State Representative Ina Minjarez was one of the biggest voices for House Bill 683, which would have extended the Baby Moses law. The law currently allows parents to drop a child 60 days or younger off at an eligib…Read More.
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