Absolutely no question, yes. The devastating impact the prolonged adoption process has on a child's development can be catastrophic. Anything we can do reduce this, within reason, should be done. Not only does this seem to be the socially appropriate thing to do (for a child's development), but it's efficient, too. Taking the moral argument out, the answer is still yes. Children who fall behind developmentally are much less likely (up to 30%) to finish high school, reducing their chances of later employment and increasing their likelihood of being on some form of welfare. So, even from a purely economic standpoint, this seems like a no-brainier.