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LGBT parents can petition for joint adoption statewide (49 states + D.C.)
Availability is uncertain (0 states)
Same-sex couples face legal restrictions when petitioning for joint adoption (1 state)
Law prohibits discrimination in adoption based on sexual orientation (7 states)
Law also prohibits discrimination in adoption based on gender identity (2 states)
State permits state-licensed child welfare agencies to refuse to place and provide services to children and families, including LGBT people and same-sex couples, if doing so conflicts with their religious beliefs

Percent of LGBT Population Covered by Laws

99% of LGBT population lives in states where LGBT parents can petition for joint adoption statewide 0% of LGBT population lives in states where the availability of joint adoption is uncertain 1% of LGBT population lives in states where LGBT parents face legal restrictions when petitioning for joint adoption
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Data current as of 07/21/2015