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Parents to 14 children say the need for foster homes is growing

(WTHI) - An Illinois couple is making room in their home and hearts ... Melinda says drug addiction has pushed more kids into the system and the need for foster homes and adoptive parents continues to grow. Some of the Stutesman children are grown now ...

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Bobby and Melinda Stutesman have adopted thirteen children and have fostered many moreThe couple says there is a growing need for foster and adoptive parents Posted: Feb21, 2018 9:33 PM Updated: Feb21, 2018 11:23 PM Posted By: Heather Good CASEY, Ill(WTHI) - An Illinois couple is making room in their home and hearts for needy children Scroll for more content...

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