New Rights for Adopted Parent's Children
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - The Missouri Senate has approved a measure that could make it easier for the children of adopted adults to find out information about their family's history. Adoptees who are over 18 can already ask a court to disclose the names of their biological parents. But the proposal by Clayton Republican John Lamping would let the state release the details to a person's descendants if the adopted adult has died.
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