What the new Minnesota law does, plus how and when adult adoptees and their families can apply for a copy of the OBC.
The Byzantine Bill Known as AB1302
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as AB1302 is a bureaucrat’s nightmare, or maybe it’s a real joy if you prefer a bundle of red tape and a meaningless, outdated government fixation on paper shuffling and secrecy.
South Dakota’s Equal Rights Law: A FAQ
What South Dakota’s new law does, plus how and when adopted people can apply to the state for a copy of their own original birth records.
YIKES! Hot Mess of a Bill in California
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.
New Massachusetts Law: FAQ
Poof! Goodbye donut hole. How a new equal rights law for Massachusetts-born adult adopted people will now work.
Louisiana’s Equal Rights Law: FAQ
How a new equal rights law for Louisiana-born adult adopted people works.
Idaho’s Discriminatory Law: A FAQ
A FAQ about Idaho’s new law, which puts restrictions upon restrictions for adult adopted people who request a copy of their own original birth certificates.
Vermont’s Equal Rights Law: A FAQ
A FAQ about how and when Vermont-born adoptees may apply for their own original birth certificates.
Opposition to Idaho SB1320
Idaho has a deeply flawed bill that undermines adoptee rights. It’s time to write to House committee members to request a NO vote.
“Dear Ms. Birth mother”
Wisconsin’s Adoption Records Search Program is like a de facto extension of government tracking and surveillance, with birthparents its primary target.