News Outlets Continue To Report On China’s Family Planning Policies

News outlets continue report on the announcement that China will drop its one-child policy and replace it with a two-child policy.

Huffington Post: The 5 Biggest Questions About China’s New Two-Child Policy (Sheehan, 10/29).

New York Times: In One-Child China, Second Children Often Live in Limbo (Buckley, 10/31).

New York Times: Chinese Lawyer Casts Skeptical Eye on Family-Planning Changes (Tatlow, 10/30).

Wall Street Journal: China’s New Two-Child Policy and the Fatal Conceit (Eberstadt, 10/29).

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