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New Adoption Law Gives Parents A Way To Voice Concerns And Ask Questions
Updated March 14, 2018 7:35 AM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Adopting a child can be a tough process. However a new state law will give adoptive parents a way to voice concerns or ask questions during the process.

State Representative Woody Burton's legislation requires an adoption agency to submit a report to prospective adoptive parents containing the contact information of the agency's employees, providing applicants multiple avenues to voice concerns, ask questions and receive feedback during the adoption process.

According to the Department of Child Services, there are nearly 150 children up for adoption in Indiana at any given time.

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