Supreme Court wrestles with Indian adoption dispute
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Clement agreed. "We’re not here to try to say that anybody is entitled to automatic custody of this child based on some legal rule," he said.
A decision is expected by late June.
The case is Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, 12-399.
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