In October of 2005, a IN state seator proposed a law that would criminalize any medically assisted pregnancy undertaked without government issued certification. To qualify for the certification, potential parents would have to meet state addoption requirements. In Indiana such laws stipulate that they be married and that they submit a "description of family lifestyle" including "participation in faithbased or church activities." Single or unmarried couples would automatically be disqualified... Also any one with ANY prior felony convictions, drug or alcohol convictions, weapons charges or anyone that assisted a suicide would be disqualified...
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Answer by ozarkgirl3 at 6:57 PM on Jul. 9, 2009
I think it is just wrong it is not the governments choice if people can or cant have a child! When it comes to adoption or inverto it is most likely that the child is really wanted! People can go and have children that are not wanted, and abuse, neglect, and just treat the child wrong and not have to pass and government tests they why should it be any different for people who can not just have a child naturally? I think it is already way to hard for people to adopt! Are we going to end up like China and have the government tell us how many children we can have and if it has to be a boy or a girl???
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