Imagine working with someone for a few months and then discovering he’s your brother. Imagine being in your 30s or 40s before you get to meet your siblings. This is an amazing story that has been unfolding here in Maine in recent months and concluded on the Today show last week.

I find it incredible that there are only a handful of states with open adoption records to allow reunions like this. What do you think about this? Do you think that adopted children should be able to access this information once they reach adulthood?