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03/24/2006

Report: Give gays a kid, they probably won't break it

by Jeremy Hooper

   In a new report released today, the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute finds no credible research showing that children are harmed in any way when adopted by gay and lesbian parents, and they conclude that "adoption by gays and lesbians holds promise as an avenue for achieving permanency for many of the waiting children in foster care."

In a new report given today in Ms. Chambers' fourth grade class at Lakeland Elementary School, lil' Kayla Schwartz-Harper confirms the findings:

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Is Adoption By Gays and Lesbians Part of the Answer for Boys and Girls Who Need Homes? [Adoption Institute]

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