Anti-baby dumping bumper stickers
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The stickers were created in Orosi, California, after three babies -- all genetically tied to the same mother -- were dumped in the same neighborhood over the course of a few years. When the last of the newborns died, officials were willing to try anything to stop it from happening again.
I'm not sure what's worse -- a mother who abandons her helpless infant, or one who makes her decision about whether or not to do so based on a bumper sticker.
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