Oregon is proposing a new law (after testing it in one county already) that the state give all newborn babies 2-3 in home visits for health screening, immunization follow up, referrals to primary care physicians, and any other health needs pertaining to newborn children. The proposed law has widespread bi-partisan support. Although it has been a tremendous success in the one test county, however, there is always dissent. Some, with no data to support their position, argue that this is some sort of law enforcement “big brother” program, designed to violate our 4th amendment rights. We debate it on Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream.