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Editorial: Spread the word about crisis pregnancies and safe havens

Pallbearers were not needed at the funeral of Baby Hope in September 2016. A DuPage County official carried her small casket in his two hands as she was laid to rest surrounded by loving strangers.

A month earlier, landscaping crews

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