CHILDREN'S BEST INTERESTS: TWO BILLS WOULD MAKE OUR ADOPTIONS FAIRER

Amid the frenzy in Albany in late June, lawmakers passed two bills with great potential to positively affect the lives of New Yorkers. One bill allows adoptees over age 18 to obtain their long-form birth certificates, with the full names and addresses of their parents. Whether out of understandable...

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