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Founded in 1996, The Adoption Ring is the oldest & largest adoption-related webring on the Internet. Sites are selected to cover a wide array of experiences and viewpoints in human adoption. It includes sites for adoptees, foster and step-children, birth parents, foster parents, and adoptive parents. All those with educational, personal or non-profit service webpages regarding adoption and foster care are invited to submit their sites for possible inclusion. We accept no adoption agency, attorney, professional searcher, intermediary or therapist sites. Sites for individual adoption-related books are ok. All sites belonging either to potential adoptive parents, or birth mothers, may NOT have direct contact information, but must provide a contact to an agency or attorney ONLY. All existing sites will be brought into compliance.

 

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Washington Battleground: The Annual Murder of Adoptee Rights Continues - 04/03/2013
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I For more than 20 years the State of Washington has been a battle ground for adoptee rights. Some years good bills go bad or bad bills go good; (for awhile); other years bad bills go badder. Even baddest bills are kneecapped by adopteephobic legislators and bureaucrats quivering at the softest echos of baby steps toddling down the halls of government. This year has been no different.  Two near-companion bills were introduced in the House and Senate.  The Senate bill ( SB5118 ) was originally restrictive,  re-written clean, then re-written back restricted.  The House bill, ( HB 1525 ),  remained restrictive throughout its campaign.  On.Monday, the Senate Judiciary voted out the House bill, so unless the bill dies in a  floor vote Washington bastards will be saddled with more restrictions on  their OBCs.  Promoters, of course  will circle jerk themselves as "progressive" politicians  and "activists"  for allegedly "balancing the interests" of adoptees and birthparents and extending privilege to a few lucky ducks.while the state continues its headlock on OBCs. Unlike some states where the hammer is pounded by conservative anti-abortion groups and the Catholic Bishops, opposition to OBC access in Washington centers around individual legislators (for various reasons related to their personal adoption experience) and the perennial wolf is sheep's clothing "progr...

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