What Connecticut’s new law does and how adopted people and their descendants may apply for an original birth certificate.
More than 200 people joined state, national, and international adoptee-rights and adoption-reform organizations to say no to SB1831/HB2921.
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.
Where things stand today and how Iowa’s HF855 will work if it is ultimately enacted and implemented.
As we move into a critical period in many state legislative sessions—and as the U.S. Congress essentially moves forward with a new session—here’s where we stand and what all of us can do today.
Mandating a single solution in the form of a badly thought-through integrated birth certificate? That’s wrong, and I reject it.
Overview of COVID-19 issues that may impact adopted people beyond the immediate threat to a person’s health, community, and economic safety.
On January 15, 2020, at 12:01am I will update the adoptee rights map to show the unrestricted status of New York. Wanna be there when I do?
I support the unrestricted release of identifying information. I do not support mixing that all up and calling it an OBC under a different name.
An updated list of questions and answers about the Weprin/Montgomery Bill, which was finally passed in the New York Assembly on June 20, 2019