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Surge in demand for vasectomies following abortions bans prompts clinics to offer free procedure

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Denny Dalliance had long worried about what would happen if he fathered a child because his job as a truck driver keeps him away from home most of the week.But after the U.S.

Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, the 31-year-old Independence, Missouri, man decided it was time to take action — and jumped at the chance to sign up for a free vasectomy."These are grim circumstances under which I made this decision," he said as he drove a load of cardboard boxes through Kansas this week.The vasectomy he is scheduled to get next month is part of an effort that involves Planned Parenthood and a physician with a mobile vasectomy clinic.

Sixty vasectomies will be offered over three days in and outside Planned Parenthood clinics in St. Louis, Springfield and Joplin to uninsured patients during the first week of November amid what the clinics say is a surge in demand for the procedure.Dr.

Esgar Guarin then plans to take his mobile clinic — a vehicle decorated with large images of sperm that his friends have jokingly dubbed the "Nutcracker" — on the road the following week to offer 40 more free vasectomies in several towns across Iowa.Guarin also plans to offer discounted vasectomies that month at his regular clinic in the Des Moines area.The efforts are part of World Vasectomy Day, originally a single-day event that now includes a year-round focus and a host of activities in November."It’s a very particular moment in reproductive rights in the United States. And we need to talk about it," he said, adding that vasectomies are performed far less often than the tubal ligation method of female sterilization, even though they are cheaper, have a shorter recovery time and require local, rather than

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Iowa mom, grandpa, arrested after newborn baby 'left to die' and disposed of: Police
Police began an investigation on March 8 after being contacted with "concerns for the safety of a child," and located the baby on March 9 "along the road in the 5300 block of Delaware Street in Warren County." On Monday, officials said that Megan Sta A mother and grandfather in Iowa were arrested after allegedly killing a newborn baby.The Norwalk, Iowa police department said in a press release that Megan Staude, 25, gave birth to a baby in the last days of February. Investigators say that with the help of her father, 64-year-old Rodney Staude, the baby was "left to die" and disposed of along a street in the town.Police began an investigation on March 8 after being contacted with "concerns for the safety of a child," and located the baby deceased on March 9 "along the road in the 5300 block of Delaware Street in Warren County." On Monday, officials said that Megan Staude and Rodney Staude had been arrested.Megan Staude and Rodney Staude are being charged with first-degree murder in the newborn baby's death, police said.IOWA MAN DIED IN ‘DEPLORABLE CONDITIONS’ AFTER SON, GIRLFRIEND DENIED HIM CARE: POLICEAccording to KCCI-TV, Megan Staude's coworkers contacted police after becoming suspicious when noticing that she wasn't pregnant anymore and finding that her story didn't make sense. Police said that the baby's body was found a few miles from their house, the report states.VIDEO SHOWS OFF-DUTY CHICAGO COP IN DEADLY SHOOTING OF ASSAILANT: ‘I TOLD YOU I’D SHOOT YOU'Law enforcement and professional volunteer searches assisted in locating the baby.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPOfficials say that an autopsy was conducted by the Iowa State Medical Examiner, with results pending.
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early childhood education, the quality of early education, resources and economic support.PARENTS AND TEACHERS SEEK OUT RETAILER BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES AMID HIGH INFLATIONWalletHub also ranked states based on specific metrics within those categories. For example, Washington, D.C. was found to have the highest share of 3- and 4-year-olds enrolled in pre-K, pre-K special education and Head Start, while Nevada had the lowest share.THE MOST EDUCATED METRO AREAS IN AMERICA IN 2022: REPORTThree states – New Jersey, Hawaii and Oregon – plus Washington, D.C., tied for the highest total reported spending per child enrolled in preschool. Six states – New Hampshire, Wyoming, South Dakota, Indiana, Idaho and Montana – tied for the lowest total reported spending per child enrolled in preschool, according to the report. DESPITE HIGH INFLATION, BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPENDING PROJECTED TO HIT $37BWalletHub also found that six states, including New York, Alaska, Oklahoma, California, Oregon and Iowa, tied for the state with the highest monthly child care co-payment fees as a percentage of family income, while Hawaii was found to have the lowest. To see the overall list, here are the states – including Washington, D.C. – with the best and worst early education systems in 2022, according to WalletHub. GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HEREFILE - Skyline of Little Rock with Arkansas River, Arkansas.
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