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part 1: intro to adoptionpart 2: aging out of foster carepart 3: socio-economics of adoption placement
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part 7: overseas adoptionpart 8: health issuespart 9: gay adoption
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Aging out of Adoption

Every year, roughly one thousand Ohio children living in foster care turn 18 and are no longer wards of the state. In many counties, these teens must fend for themselves without any further support. But Governor Taft is expected to sign legislation soon that's designed to provide additional assistance to young people transitioning from foster care. WKSU's Vincent Duffy reports...

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