Reylynn and Matt Imai look Thursday at the room full of baby clothing and items for the child they hoped to adopt. The couple, who are unable to biologically reproduce, waited a year and a half to adopt a child through Independent Adoption Center. They may have to give up on adoption after a Concord agency unexpectedly shut down due to bankruptcy.
Reylynn and Matt Imai look Thursday at the room full of baby clothing and items for the child they hoped to adopt. The couple, who are unable to biologically reproduce, waited a year and a half to adopt a child through Independent Adoption Center. They may have to give up on adoption after a Concord agency unexpectedly shut down due to bankruptcy. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Reylynn and Matt Imai look Thursday at the room full of baby clothing and items for the child they hoped to adopt. The couple, who are unable to biologically reproduce, waited a year and a half to adopt a child through Independent Adoption Center. They may have to give up on adoption after a Concord agency unexpectedly shut down due to bankruptcy. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

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February 04, 2017 4:00 AM

Hundreds of families left stranded after California adoption center closure

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