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Topic - adam pertman
After years of bad press, the nation's foster care system is finally generating numbers worth raving about: Adoptions are at a record high, fewer children are waiting for permanent families and their average wait time has shrunk by a year.
Restrictive laws on adoptee birth certificates are based on misconceptions and misunderstandings, said Adam Pertman, the adoption institutes executive director.
Recent studies have shown that the overwhelming majority of birth mothers would like to have their birth information shared, said Mr. Pertman.