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    Kathy said:

    Then they lied to you. Nowhere in the US is the mother required to
    repay expenses if she changes her mind after the child's birth.
    Wrong. Idaho is the exception.

    http://laws.adoption.com/statutes_at...ulation_of.php

    "Idaho is the only State that requires reimbursement of expenses to prospective
    adoptive parents should the parent decide not to place the child for adoption."

    I'm not sure what state BadAss is talking about though.


    okay. My mistake.

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    nfant adoption is a risky venture for adults who want a baby

    >Subject: nfant adoption is a risky venture for adults who want a baby
    From: [email protected] (Dian)Date: 12/14/2004 6:07 AM Pacific Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>K athy said:Then they lied to you. Nowhere in the US is the mother required to
    repay expenses if she changes her mind after the child's birth.
    Wrong. Idaho is the exception.http://laws.adoption.com/statutes_at...ulation_of.php"Idaho is the only State that requires reimbursement of expenses toprospectiveadoptive parents should the parent decide not to place the child foradoption."I'm not sure what state BadAss is talking about though.okay. My mistake.
    Again, why aren't you using the quote feature?

    PS. mighty big of you to admit you made a mistake though.




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