Amber McCullough, mom of conjoined twin, says hospital has banned her from seeing baby

The Minnesota mom who traveled to Colorado to have her conjoined twins says she has now been banned by the hospital.

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"I am currently not allowed to see my daughter at all as a result of their retaliation and lies," Amber wrote. "I have proof of their lies as I wised up some time ago not to step foot in that place without a recorder in my bra. I am also currently suing them over the retaliation as it violate, patient right, parental rights, (sic) Joint Commission rules, the patient care act, and others. Suing them is about holding them accountable and having a voice for parents. Clearly, we do not have enough protections in place for patients and parents. That is, easily enforceable protections.

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