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      Same-sex parents on adoption
        It's a quiet Saturday morning in a coffee shop on Parkcenter Boulevard when I first meet a young married couple who tells me they are hoping to soon become adoptive parents. Seated at a solitary outdoor table, we exchange small talk and the two of them fidget with their paper coffee cups, understandably a bit nervous since they are about to share some of the most intimate details of their marriage with a stranger who will then publish their story.
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