By RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR - Associated Press Shares
"When you think about things like the infant mortality rate right now, the maternal mortality rate, I absolutely think that it makes more sense to invest in treatments for moms as opposed to not treating, and then we end up still paying (for a complicated pregnancy)," Walker said.
"They are supposed to be receiving all the mental health care they need," Walker said. "I cannot answer whether they do. . We are assuming the mental health services are being provided, but it is not something we can oversee."