To celebrate my birthday, why not donate the cost of a really nice cup of coffee to Adoptees United Inc. It’s easy.
The third annual Adoptee Rights National Week of Action. Take action and join me and others to make positive change for adoptees rights.
Adoptee Rights Law Center is proud to be part of another state-level adoptee rights coalition, this time dedicated to repealing a discriminatory birth record law in Michigan.
What the new Minnesota law does, plus how and when adult adoptees and their families can apply for a copy of the OBC.
Thanks to all who pitched in for this effort. Collectively we raised $2,700, more than our goal.
A California bill known as AB1302 is a bureaucrat’s nightmare, or maybe it’s a real joy if you prefer a bundle of red tape and a meaningless, outdated government fixation on paper shuffling and secrecy.
What South Dakota’s new law does, plus how adopted people can now apply for copies of their own original birth records.
A newly-introduced and unexpected bill in California is a hot mess. It preserves court involvement plus creates new rights of redaction for birthparents. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do to help.
What’s to do after Congress failed yet again to fix US citizenship for intercountry adoptees? Our own work.
Indiana SB345 is adoption-in-a-box and a recipe for corruption. It may also be the future if we don’t do something about it.