One mother's fight to unseal birth records

In 1966, Lorraine Dusky had a daughter while she wasn't married and gave her up for adoption. Now she is fighting to change New York's adoption laws to make it easier for adoptees to find their original birth certificates. She told her story on April 22, 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Sam Guzik)

In 1966, Lorraine Dusky had a daughter while she wasn't married and gave her up for adoption. Now she is fighting to change New York's adoption laws to make it easier for adoptees to find their original birth certificates. She told her story on April 22, 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Sam Guzik)

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