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California Cities Crack Down on Unlicensed Maternity Hotelsi
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March 28, 2013 11:06 PM
Unlicensed maternity hotels that cater to women from Asia have sprung up around the United States, especially in California. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that local officials are cracking down on the maternity hotels, which offer the promise of US citizenship to newborn babies

California Cities Crack Down on Unlicensed Maternity Hotels

Published March 28, 2013

Unlicensed maternity hotels that cater to women from Asia have sprung up around the United States, especially in California. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that local officials are cracking down on the maternity hotels, which offer the promise of US citizenship to newborn babies


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