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Health freedom ALERT:

• https://www.naturalnews.com by Tracey Watson

Every new parent feels some measure of anxiety about their newborn. Babies don't come with instruction manuals, and ensuring that they are well fed, safe and happy can feel overwhelming at times. For this reason, many families get help from parents, in-laws or others in the early days, as the new little family settles into a good routine. Ultimately, within a few weeks, taking care of a baby feels simple, easy and natural and, despite the lack of instructions, parents do figure things out. What parents do not need when they take their babies home from the hospital is unwanted governmental interference and oversight. And yet that is precisely what Oregon Governor Kate Brown is pushing for. Brown's latest proposed budget includes Senate Bill 526, which mandates that the Oregon Health Authority urgently "study home visiting by licensed health care providers." In a bid to expedite the bill, lawmakers have labeled it an "emergency" in need of urgent resolution by the end of the year.

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