Regan Self, a junior at Heights High School, is one of 14 spokespeople across the country for Baby Safe Haven, an organization out of Massachusetts that aims to spread the word about state laws that allow a parent to surrender a newborn to a hospital, fire or police station anonymously. (July 3, 2014)
Regan Self, a junior at Heights High School, is one of 14 spokespeople across the country for Baby Safe Haven, an organization out of Massachusetts that aims to spread the word about state laws that allow a parent to surrender a newborn to a hospital, fire or police station anonymously. (July 3, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Regan Self, a junior at Heights High School, is one of 14 spokespeople across the country for Baby Safe Haven, an organization out of Massachusetts that aims to spread the word about state laws that allow a parent to surrender a newborn to a hospital, fire or police station anonymously. (July 3, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

Wichita teen a spokesperson for amended baby safe haven law

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