SAN FRANCISCO -- The fertility rate in the U.S. dropped to its lowest level in three decades.
The CDC just released new numbers.
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Only South Dakota and Utah had birth rates high enough to maintain their populations.
California ranked 40th.
There's two sides of the coin here.
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Is this a sign of success for contraception and falling teen birth rates, or is this just where we are as a society?
We discuss in today's Midday Live Hot Topics!
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