What in Sam Hill is going on? http://www.ketv.com/cnn-news/17804633/detail.html OMAHA, Neb. -- A mother drove all the way from the Atlanta, Georgia area to drop off her 12-year-old son and take advantage of Nebraska's safe haven law, prompting a response from the Nebraska governor's office on Sunday.Capt. Jim Davidsaver with the Lincoln Police Department said the boy's mother told police she was unable to discipline her son and dropped him off at Bryan LGH East Hospital just before 10 p.m.Nebraska's safe haven law took effect in July and allows parents or guardians to drop off children up to 18-years-old at the state's hospitals without fear of prosecution. *snip* This is the 20th child to be dropped off under the Safe Haven law since the law went in effect.