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
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.
Will Texas HB2725 continue to defy expectations? That’s less and less clear.
I’m not the first person to conjure up Kafka as a way to describe James Werthmann’s case. The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recognized the absurdity immediately.
Clean should always be the default, while dirty is the defined term, the aberration.
An Iowa bill has another problem: who actually gets the OBC? Everyone in the family, including the family dog? And which “family?”
With pressure to amend a Texas bill to add discriminatory provisions, it’s unclear if STAR will now “wink” and let it happen.
A new report on Texas laws related to original birth certificates, published by the Texas Adoptee Rights Coalition.
An amended Florida bill does absolutely nothing and, in doing nothing, actually makes things worse.
Take action today. Contact members of a Florida subcommittee to request a “NO” vote on HB597.