Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Oklahoma is Changing their laws on Child Trafficking

Oklahoma is looking to change the laws on adoption. I have heard some serious horror stories of baby selling in Oklahoma. Adoptive parents are being charged close to $100,000 for a baby. Oklahoma legislators are hoping to put a stop to it. No more cars in exchange for children. No more expensive bling in exchange for a child. I commend Oklahoma for attempting this. This law is targeted at adoption atttorneys and facilitators. I honestly expect this bill to get killed because attorneys know people in the legislature. They usually control the adoption laws in their state. Time will tell on this one.

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