Current federal law mandates a “color blind” approach to white families seeking to adopt African-American children — but new recommendations released Tuesday by the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute suggest a different approach.
In India, there are laws to prevent dowry, domestic violence, sexual harassment and child marriage. But in the country’s social context, these laws aren’t very effective.
Was the opinion issued Friday by the Iowa Supreme Court an expansion or a clarification of the state’s existing residency requirements for sex offenders? At the end of the day, according to some members of law enforcement, it doesn’t matter one way or another.