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A California adoptee rights town hall in response to AB1302, a discriminatory birth records bill introduced in mid-February.
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Legislation 2023: A Review and Update
Join us to kickoff the 2023-2024 legislative sessions and talk about what we can expect for adoptee rights—and what you can do to help.