This is a month of pride, and a lot of bad things are happening in America in the fight against LGBTQ people. But we wanted to start by highlighting some good things – in this case, a River News Group The state’s focus on Colorado.
One week after the signing of the “Marlowe Law,” which sets out legal protections for families by means of reproductive support, Colorado Governor Jared Pauls signed it. “Donor’s Pregnant Persons and Donor’s Pregnant Persons Protection Act” Last Thursday.
Quick Rewind: “Marlowe’s Law” is named for the child of Dunya Esgar, co-prime sponsor of the bill, the majority leader of the Democratic House, and confirms parental adoption regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, or marital status. does.
Now, Colorado SB 22-224 guarantees that pregnant women through assisted reproductive processes have access to limited donor information: anonymous medical information for all and those over 18 years of age. Identify information for
The law protects the anonymity of gamete donors while establishing protective measures for recipient families and pregnant persons, such as raising the minimum age of donor eligibility and setting a global limit on the number of families that can donate. Payers can use.
Advocacy groups such as GLAD and Family Equality have praised the law for broader protections for LGBTQ parents.
“We appreciate the thoughtful approach taken in Colorado to encourage generosity for donors while at the same time protecting against discrimination or growing barriers to family building and, more importantly, To ensure legal protection and identification for families formed through assisted reproduction, “said Patience Cruiser. Happily, the senior staff attorney said in a statement.
As people across the country celebrate LGBTQ Families’ Day, Coloradans set a new standard for protecting LGBTQ families, which activists are now striving to replicate. Next: Massachusetts
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