With the growing practice of gestational surrogacy, many women bear children with whom they have no genetic relationship, allowing intended parents to have children of their own when they are otherwise unable to do so. This practice, however, creates a ripple in the abortion debate. This Note addresses procreative autonomy in the context of gestational surrogacy agreements, examines the underlying constitutional interests at stake for each party involved, and suggests a solution to fill California’s current statutory void.
Vanessa Nahigian, Procreative Autonomy in Gestational Surrogacy Contracts, 53 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 235 (2019).
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