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Same-sex couples face unique adoption hurdles

By Maggie Jackson
Globe Correspondent / March 26, 2006

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Waiting, worrying, diapers, and sleep deprivation -- the story of adoption is much the same for gay, lesbian, or straight couples. Yet same-sex parents also experience headaches and obstacles that heterosexuals don't when they adopt, from widespread discrimination to having their capability as parents questioned by their own family. (Full article: 771 words)

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