Bill Introduced Reflecting Children are Harmed by Tighter International Adoption Regulations

Report from Boston Globe that on May 19, 2016, U.S. Representative Tom Marino (R-PA-10), introduced a BILLĀ for consideration that seeks to direct the US State Department’s attention away from International Adoption red tape which have caused a substantial decline since 2004 arguing that children’s human rights are harmed by being institutionalized in foreign countries.
The thrust of the argument appears to place more importance and spotlighting the freeing institutionalized children for adoption and avoiding the reasons for the red tape which might include safeguards for children to avoid kidnapping, baby selling, etc.

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