Kathleen Strottman talked about the concern of some in Congress over State Department reports that international adoptions had fallen for… read more
Kathleen Strottman talked about the concern of some in Congress over State Department reports that international adoptions had fallen for the eighth consecutive year, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included causes behind the 2012 drop in international adoptions, the federal government’s role in adoption assistance, congressional strategies for facilitating adoption, and financial challenges to adoption. close
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