A new report says adoptees will soon be able to get a hold of their birth certificate. The Star-Ledger says that Gov. Chris Christie and lawmakers have compromised on a plan that would make them available in 2017. These records have been sealed since 1940 in the state. The report says the legislation they approved with be conditionally vetoed and sent back to the Senate and Assembly for final approval.
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