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There’s a special provision in the new law for those born outside of New York but adopted through a New York court. Here’s what we know so far about that.
I am Annette O’Connell. I was born in the Bronx in 1967 and adopted in Rockland County in 1968. Today is truly historic.
Gregory Luce of the Adoptee Rights Law Center has created a flowchart to demonstrate the simplicity of equality in New York, beginning January 15, 2020.
New York’s historic law is a result of organizations working together as a coalition to assure that the bottom line of equality was always the only line being pursued.