I admire your determination to seek out information on this important decision.
First of all, infant circumcision is a non-therapeutic operation that is totally unnecessary. It has been promoted by medical doctors as an additional service for well over a century. You have to realize that doctors get paid for each service and any additional service that they can perform carries an extra fee.
More than being unnecessary, circumcision carries substantial risks and is quite harmful, physically, emotionally, and sexually. If you want complete documented information you may find it in the Genital Integrity Policy Statement by Doctors Opposing Circumcision. Go to this table of contents then go to whichever chapters you may find interesting.
Medicaid in seventeen states has STOPPED paying for neonatal circumcision because the operation is considered unnecessary non-therapeutic surgery. See
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists call neonatal circumcision "an elective procedure to be performed only at the request of the parents." This is another way of saying it is unnecessary.
If you are still interested in circumcision, you should check your health insurance to see if it covers non-therapeutic circumcision. Some policies do and some don't.