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Russian ban adds to decline in adoptions in N.C. and elsewhere

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Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2013 5:08 pm | Updated: 9:29 pm, Fri Mar 29, 2013.

Since joining Carolina Adoption Services of Greensboro in 1999, Julie Glandt has traveled the world touting the joys and benefits of adopting a child.

She’s established programs in foreign nations, counseled families through the adoption process and kept her thumb on the pulse of all things relating to adoption. That includes monitoring legislation, both foreign and domestic, such as an intercountry agreement installed within the past decade.

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