What Connecticut’s new law does and how adopted people and their descendants may apply for an original birth certificate.
Sign Up: National Week of Action
Take action—a full week of action. I’m launching a National Week of Action and encouraging you—my friends, allies, and colleagues—to join me.
When the Biggest Opposition is a Pandemic
Remaining genuine equal rights bills are trying to get attention while a pandemic closes down capitols. Here’s a legislative update.
The Presence of a Man
Demand that Connecticut Senators reject the “Somers Amendment,” a backwards approach that literally requires the presence of a man to release an adoptee’s own vital record.
Legislative Update: Florida, New York and All Others
The latest in adoptee rights legislation, with sessions just getting started, in full swing, or even close to adjournment. New York and Florida are the big ones but others hang on to the promise of clean.
Adoptee rights and Connecticut law, with a focus on original birth certificates, court records, descendants, and adult adoption.