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A second chance for children

August 10, 2008

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CHILDREN CAN spend months or years in foster care waiting for a permanent home, particularly those who are older or have special needs. The federal Adoption Incentive Program helps by giving states money to promote adoptions of children in foster care. But the program will expire next month unless Congress acts. (Full article: 272 words)

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