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Alabama governor signs legislation protecting IVF providers from legal liability into law

  • Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed legislation shielding in vitro fertilization providers from legal liability following a court ruling equating frozen embryos to children. Patients faced canceled procedures.
  • State Republicans proposed the immunity law to address clinics' concerns, while House Democrats introduced a bill asserting that embryos are not considered unborn children under the law.
  • The legislation immediately took effect, protecting IVF providers but drawing criticism from groups urging the governor to veto the bill.
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