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Our guest for this Wednesday is Laurie Larson. She is a political consultant, who was born in Korea in 1953; her father was in the U.S. military, but she does not know his identity. When she was 6, she was adopted by a couple from North Dakota. Laurie herself is an adoptive parent of a child from Japan, who is now grown.
 
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