Call The Midwife Back For more than three decades, it was illegal in Alabama to have your baby delivered by a midwife. But last year the state finally legalized midwifery and now it could lead to serious cost savings.
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Call The Midwife Back

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Call The Midwife Back

Call The Midwife Back

Call The Midwife Back

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For more than three decades, it was illegal in Alabama to have your baby delivered by a midwife. But last year the state finally legalized midwifery and now it could lead to serious cost savings.