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New legislation proposed in the Arizona House of Representatives would ban women who donate their eggs from being paid more than what covers their expenses for undergoing the procedure.
House Bill 2651 was proposed by state Rep. Nancy Barto, R-District 7.
"It's illegal to sell any other human body part, and here we have an ongoing situation where human eggs are being sold at all sorts of varying prices,” said Barto.
Originally posted by starshiner
reply to post by amatrine
i think they are doing this to stop back alleyway sellers making huge profits, people will pay out their league to do anything for a baby, its about time they curbed this sort of thing, if i was a man and wanted to donate sperm i wouldn't want a penny because its something that im doing to HELP other people to conceive
Originally posted by rotorwing
Could it be...? Maybe hidden in the rhetoric that they are concerned that the genetics of the "poor people" would be perpetrated?
I certainly don't know the thought process...but the thought of that is distasteful...
There are some points made up-front. Some valid points at that! But I tend to look below the surface of things, and I'm not sure I like the undertow in this one.