Opposition Leader Mia Davies asked for a guarantee women giving birth at local hospitals would be supported and questioned whether there was a risk they could be separated from their newborns if they did not have a fixed address.

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Main Image: Opposition Leader Mia Davies asked for a guarantee women giving birth at local hospitals would be supported and questioned whether there was a risk they could be separated from their newborns if they did not have a fixed address. Credit: Danella Bevis/The West Australian, Danella Bevis

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