Gay lesbian and discrimination and adoption
LGBT adoption in the United States
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For example, at least 21 states have granted second-parent adoptions to lesbian and gay couples, ensuring that their children can enjoy the benefits of having.
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Description:Foster and Adoption Laws. Adoption non-discrimination laws protect LGBT parents from discrimination by adoption agencies and officials. Some states permit state-licensed child welfare agencies to refuse to place and provide services to children and families, including LGBT people and same-sex couples, if doing so conflicts with their religious beliefs. Access to joint adoption may require being in a legally recognized relationship, such as marriage, civil union, or domestic partnership. Utah prohibits unmarried couples from fostering.