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The Five Worst States In America To Have A Baby

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The Five Worst States In America To Have A Baby

The Five Worst States In America To Have A Baby

A new report from the personal finance website WalletHub ranks the best and worst states to have a baby.

According to HuffPost, rankings were based on metrics like hospital delivery charges and infant mortality rates.

The best states for parents and their newborns are Vermont, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Rhode Island and Minnesota.

The lowest-ranked were Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Louisiana and Oklahoma.

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