New York Foster Father Takes Care Of Four Teenagers?

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It is the part of their past that remains a mystery. On March 20, that will change.

Thousands of Ohioans adopted between 1964 and 1996 will finally have access to their birth records and vital health information. The fight for this information has lasted for 25 years.

This affects 400,000 people in Ohio are counting down the days until they can discover the answers to a lifelong questions. Those answers come Friday.

“There is this missing piece of the puzzle and wanting to kind of complete the picture,” said adoptee Tony Harris.

Harris waits for that moment.

“My kind of persona is to try to be cool but on the inside just churning away,” said Harris.

His face lights up just thinking about it.

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