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Beliefs drive research agenda of new think tanks

Study on gay adoption disputed by specialists

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / July 31, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush had a ready answer when asked in January for his view of adoption by same-sex couples: ''Studies have shown that the ideal is where a child is raised in a married family with a man and a woman," the president said. (Full article: 3003 words)

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