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Discrimination in Baby Making: The Unconstitutional Treatment of Prospective Parents Through Surrogacy
Indiana Law Journal
  • Andrea B. Carroll, Louisiana State University Law Center
Abstract
The article focuses on limited use of reproductive technologies in defense of discriminating against unmarried intended parents. It emphasizes to eliminate unconstitutional treatment of prospective parents involved in the surrogacy process. It informs that State laws related to surrogacy create discrimination which is based on marital status. It suggests that surrogacy should be included as a permissible reproductive avenue for right to married and unmarried intended parents in the U.S.
Comments

88 Ind. L.J. 1187 (2013)

Disciplines
Keywords
  • Reproductive technology,
  • Discrimination,
  • Surrogate motherhood,
  • Marital status,
  • Unmarried parents,
  • United States. Constitution
Date of Authorship for this Version
10-1-2013
Citation Information
Andrea B. Carroll. "Discrimination in Baby Making: The Unconstitutional Treatment of Prospective Parents Through Surrogacy" Indiana Law Journal Vol. 88 Iss. 4 (2013) p. 1187 - 1206
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andrea_carroll/13/