A divided Georgia Supreme Court opinion released Monday appears to create a new class of baby: one that may not legally have parents.
The high court said that laws providing for artificial insemination cannot apply to a baby born by in vitro fertilization using donor eggs and donor sperm, because legislators could not possibly have had the newer method in mind when they wrote the statute in 1964.
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