Good Guys

Upon receipt of a written application to the State Registrar, any adopted person 21 years of age and older born in the state of Oregon shall be issued a certified copy of his/her unaltered, original, and unamended certificate of birth in the custody of the state registrar, with procedures, filing fees, and waiting periods identical to those imposed upon non-adopted citizens of the State of Oregon pursuant to ORS 432.120 and 432.146. Contains no exceptions...Complete text of Oregon Ballot measure 58.

Upon receipt of a written application to the State Registrar, any adopted person 21 years of age and older born in the state of Oregon shall be issued a certified copy of his/her unaltered, original, and unamended certificate of birth in the custody of the state registrar, with procedures, filing fees, and waiting periods identical to those imposed upon non-adopted citizens of the State of Oregon pursuant to ORS 432.120 and 432.146. Contains no exceptions…Complete text of Oregon Ballot measure 58.

AXIS OF GOOD

The links here are to  adoptee rights and adoption reform political organizations or webpages with solid adoptee rights information.  If you do not find what you are looking for here, go to Adopta Help for a broader choice of topics including adoption and adoptee rights history, state and international search and support/ I’ve been rather arbitrary about these categories and who is them them.

State Adoptee Rights Organizations Holding the Line for Unrestricted Access

Many states have grassroots adoptee rights organizations but their policies on compromise are unknown. Below are organizations that have refused to comprise away the rights of adoptees just to “get something.” Organizations with a known history of compromise are listed on the Mushy Middle page.There are other state organizations with little history.so for the moment I’ve not listed them.

*Bastard Nation Partners