Survey: Recession affecting decisions to have children
WILLMAR -- More women are seeking to delay pregnancy or have fewer children because of the economic impact of the recession.
Many of them also report being worse off financially than they were a year ago, and there's a small percent who are sometimes skipping birth control because of the cost.
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