Alabama Sets Record for Adoption, Shattering Common Pro-Choice Argument

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(Worthy News) - Alabamians adopted a record number of foster children in their state during the 2018 fiscal year, AL.com reports.

According to the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR), 710 foster children were adopted last year, up from 509 in the 2017 fiscal year and 502 in 2016.

"It sends a strong, wonderful message to all the foster care children in our state," Gov. Kay Ivey said when announcing the accomplishment. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]

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