March 2002
Community Care;3/21/2002, Issue 1414, p5
Presents information on the Adoption and Children Bill initiative of British Prime Minister Tony Blair as of March 27, 2002. Statistics on the number of adoptions; Significance of the adoption targets set in the bill; Implication of the bill.


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