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Facing backlash over IVF ruling, Alabama lawmakers look for a fix

  • Alabama legislators are proposing separate bills in the House and Senate to prevent a fertilized egg from being recognized as a human life until it is implanted in a woman's uterus.
  • The Alabama Supreme Court ruling that frozen embryos could be considered children under state law has prompted concerns about the future of in vitro fertilization in the state. Multiple IVF providers have paused services, and lawmakers are seeking to clarify that embryos created through IVF are not considered human life.
  • The ruling has sparked a debate about the rights of the unborn and the potential impact on IVF services nationwide. Both Democratic and Republican lawmakers are working on solutions to address the legal uncertainties faced by IVF providers.
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