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Senate Bill 68, a measure that would prohibit unmarried couples from becoming adoptive or foster parents, is running out of time to make it through this session of the legislature, said the bill's sponsor, state Sen. Gary Tapp.
“The chances of it going anywhere in the House are slim,” Tapp said. “It's just a little late in the session.”
Tapp said the bill would have strong support in both houses of the legislature if it could make it to the floor for a vote in both chambers.
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