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Courts Help Saturday's Children Find Homes

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Courts Help Saturday's Children Find Homes

Courts Help Saturday's Children Find Homes

Courts Help Saturday's Children Find Homes

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Saturdays have become adoption days for thousands of children in the foster-care system, thanks to a program that opens courtrooms to expedite the adoption process. Los Angeles juvenile court judge Michael Nash, a pioneer of the program, speaks with NPR's Scott Simon.