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A man who walked his bride down the aisle despite being paralyzed from the neck down is inspiring America again by fostering and adopting children without homes. "We have fostered 17 children and we've adopted five girls," Chris Norton told Inside Edition's Les Trent. "I'm outnumbered!" Norton and his wife, Emily, are sharing their story in a new memoir, "The Seven Longest Yards." "The seven yards comes from my goal to walk Emily seven yards down the aisle on our wedding,” Chris said.
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