According to the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, 102,000 children living in foster care in the United States are eligible for adoption. While there is no shortage of children to be adopted and placed into loving families, lawmakers in Florida have proposed changes to Florida’s adoption laws that would allow agencies to refuse to place children in LGBT families based on the religious convictions of the agency. Denise Brogran-Kator, senior legislative counsel at Family Equality Council, will speak to Welton about this recent initiative in Florida and ways listeners can get involved in the work of Family Equality Council.

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