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In the 1980s, there was a movement by the National Association of Black Social Workers to block transracial adoptions, believing such adoptions would ultimately prove harmful to the adopted child. As a result, several states enacted laws, and some public agencies adopted policies, requiring racial matching. However, because there is a disparate amount of African-American children available for adoption, these policies left many children bouncing from one foster home to another. Accordingly, in 1996, Congress passed a law that prohibits discrimination based on race in adoption placement.
If the family home was purchased with the husband’s earnings, for example, it was his and his alone, and the wife had no claim to it. Strict separate property laws frequently led to unfair results, so a new rule—equitable distribution—was developed to remedy this imbalance. Under the equitable distribution rule, the judge looks at the assets of the couple, the length of the marriage, and the contributions each party made during the marriage, and then divides the property in a fair and just manner.
However, some doctors have stated that they will use the drug through the ninth week of pregnancy. Mifeprex works by blocking the uterus from receiving the hormone progesterone, which prepares the uterine lining so that an embryo can implant itself and grow. The lining nourishes and maintains the development of the fertilized egg. Without the progesterone, the uterine lining breaks down and bleeds away. A second drug, misoprostol (already available as an anti-ulcer medication) is given two days later, which causes the uterus to contract and ﬂush out the fertilized egg.