It isn't unusual for the children they bring home to have undisclosed physical, emotional or behavioral problems. Such agreements fail to satisfy the ICPC when custody of the child is exchanged across state lines and authorities in both states aren't involved. Illinois authorities took no legal action, and neither did officials in Wisconsin. At least 70 percent of the children offered on the Yahoo bulletin board, Adopting-from-Disruption, were advertised as foreign-born.
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