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Indiana and Reproduction

Apparently a draft version of a law in Indiana will require you to file a petition for parentage if you can't become a parent, uh, the old-fashioned way and if the person helping you (we'll call them the donor) is not your spouse. Interesting. Even though they may…

Apparently a draft version of a law in Indiana will require you to file a petition for parentage if you can’t become a parent, uh, the old-fashioned way and if the person helping you (we’ll call them the donor) is not your spouse.

Interesting. Even though they may be well-intentioned by trying to make sure that only your standard husband-and-wife arrangements may have kids, I have to think that the government in Indiana has finally found that point where they just don’t have anything else to do.

Come on. Maybe if you can’t think of any other laws to create, you should just go home and not make any more. Or maybe you should clear some off the books. It’s obvious that the government spends far too much time now trying to intrude on our lives. Let’s head the other direction.

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