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Question of the Day: April 12, 2010

Adoptions can be a lengthy and costly process. When adopting abroad these are only two of the hurdles, but headlines this weekend shocked Americans and Russians. A Tennessemother adopted a young boy from Russia, but later decided she could no longer keep the boy. She cites several reasons for her actions, but is sending a 7 year-old from the U.S. to Russia with a return to sender note goodenough? Now Russia wants to halt all adoptions to the US.

Was the mom right to send him back?

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/04/10/law-murky-mom-returned-adopted-russian-boy/