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Adoption The national birth rate of children born to single family homes heading towards 40 by the year 2000 and 50 by 2012 Many lawmakers are concerned about the increase in abused and neglected children that will possibly follow this trend Currently there are about 500000 kids in foster homes but only about 50000 are put in permanent homes each year It is difficult for these kids to find homes due to government laws The House of Representatives passed a tax bill aimed towards adoption This was passed to stimulate adoption for kids to have homes A couple with an annual income below 60000 receives a 5000 tax credit This credit is reduced as income increases The credit is totally phased out when a couples annual income is above 100000 What the federal government should do Tax credits are increased for adopting families Drug tests for adoption applicants and drug rehabilitation for birth-mothers Issue annual report cards on the rate of adoption in each state Increased funding for family planning for High Schools Make it easier for churches to assist in the adoption process in turn helping their parishioners What the states should do Privatize adoption services instead of non-profit Establish separate people at county level for faster adoption rulings Have Medicaid for handicapped kids Organizations must meet licensing standards set by government Pass a law to allow foster parents to begin adoption procedures Pass laws that require child welfare agencies to start adoption procedures for any kids who have been abandoned by their parents for three or more months THE NEED FOR ADOPTION Over the past 25 years there has been a huge increase in the number of children born out of wedlock kids being raised by single parents families on welfare There also
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