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Texas Online Records System Causing Delays Post Launch

admin January 18, 2019
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The new Texas online records system that went live on January 1st has not had an encouraging start. Records offices are continuing to navigate the new vital records system and clerks State wide have been unable to make available birth records (certificate copies). Applicants have been referred to State offices and website posts have made it clear that any one…

Indiana birth records now available pre 1994 for adoptees

admin July 8, 2018
Birth Records

As from July 1st  Indiana birth records prior to January 1st 1994 can now be accessed by adoptees thanks to a change in State law. Records can be requested via The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH).  Indiana birth records for adoptees have been unavailable up until now. Adoption records pre January 1st 1994 had been closed automatically but subject…

Birth records confirm premature newborn links to Air Pollution

admin March 31, 2016
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Analysts have studied birth records and air quality data around premature births within the U.S. Premature new born attributed to air pollution costs over $4 billion annually. These costs represent the loss of economic opportunity and medical care. There are approximately 16,000 babies born prematurely yearly in part due to air pollution. Birth records also confirmed that loss of productivity…

Redacted Ohio birth records to be re-issued

admin September 24, 2015
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The Department of Health in Ohio has responded to accusations that it violated the state’s new laws on adoption records. Birth records (certificates) will now be re-issued to around 3 dozen adoptees. These individuals having information redacted that was seen as excessive. Adoptees numbering 400,000 had their birth records unsealed and who had their adoptions finalized from 1964 through 1996….

Birth Records confirm Mining Risks

admin May 19, 2015
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According to a recent press release by The IU School of Public Health a testimony opposed to HR 1644 will directly affect mountain top coal mining. The testimony would block the implementation of stream protection buffer rules. Streams and valleys are directly affected due to displacement following blasting by explosives. The blasting is effectively loosening dirt and rocks above coal…