A man wanting parental rights to children conceived with his donated sperm is taking his case to the U.S. Supreme Court. Daryl Hendrix's attorneys seek to overturn a ruling by the Kansas Supreme Court, which found that a state law that doesn't give donors parental rights unless there's a written agreement is indeed constitutional. The court said the decision upholding the 1994 law was a first in the U.S. because no other state has ruled on a provision requiring a written agreement between mother and donor.
Sperm Donor Case Heads for U.S. Supreme Court
The Associated Press
March 21, 2008