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Reworked Adoption Bill will give children and parents more rights

The new amendment would involve the state giving birth parents six months to come forward and object to a disclosure of information about them to their children

14th July, 2019

Lawyers working in the area of adoption information have given a cautious welcome to the news that children’s minister Katherine Zappone and Labour Senator Ivana Bacik are working on a new amendment to the controversial Adoption Bill.

Zappone and Bacik’s amendment would involve the state giving birth parents six months to come forward and object to a disclosure of information about them to their children.

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