Klobuchar meets with families adopting from Russia

U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar met with Minnesota families on Sunday who are concerned about their pending adoptions from Russia.
Russian officials announced last week that all adoptions will be suspended with the United States, according to the Star Tribune.
That happened after a Tennessee woman sent her 7-year-old son back to Russia with a note claiming he was mentally ill, according to the Pioneer Press.
Klobuchar says that she is working with families, providing updates and helping them complete their adoptions.

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