A proposed rule by the Trump administration would allow foster care and adoption agencies to deny their services to L. The Department of Health and Human Services on Friday released the proposed rule , which would roll back a discrimination regulation instituted by the administration of President Barack Obama that included sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes. Brogan-Kator said. The proposed rule could be published in the Federal Register as early as Monday, followed by a day comment period.
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Adoption agency should be able to reject gay couples, Trump administration argues
What Makes a Family? A Closer Look at Gay Adoption – CWLA
Joint adoption by same-sex couples is legal in twenty-seven countries as well as several subnational jurisdictions and dependent territories. Furthermore, some form of step-child adoption is legal for same-sex couples in five countries. Given that constitutions and statutes usually do not address the adoption rights of LGBT persons, judicial decisions often determine whether they can serve as parents either individually or as couples. The existing body of research on outcomes for children with LGBT parents includes limited studies that consider the specific case of adoption.
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Arguments for and against gay adoption
Gill made history last year when Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Cindy Lederman struck down a year law prohibiting gays and lesbians from adopting. The Liberty Counsel claimed that the Florida Bar was not authorized to use membership fees in supporting ideological causes not related to the legal profession. When Judge Lederman ruled the state ban unconstitutional and granted adoption rights to Gill, the case was seen as a huge milestone for gay and lesbian prospective parents in Florida, and for LGBT rights activists worldwide. The case is now pending in the Third District Court of Appeals, leaving the Gill family waiting for a decision.
The Trump administration submitted a brief to the Supreme Court on Wednesday arguing that a taxpayer-funded organization should be able to refuse to work with same-sex couples and others whom the group considers to be in violation of its religious beliefs. The brief was filed by the Department of Justice in the case Fulton v. The latter argument cites a recent Supreme Court case in which the government intervened on behalf of baker Jack Phillips who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple due to his religious beliefs. The high court awarded a narrow victory to Phillips on the grounds that the Colorado Human Rights Commission had shown hostility toward his religious views.