Published in Physician Law Weekly, March 10th, 2004
The House Judiciary Committee passed the Oklahoma Surrogate Parenting Act in spite of concerns expressed by adoption prop1nts that it would bring about fundamental changes in the definition of motherhood.
"It makes the child a commodity," said Michael A. Nomura, president of Heritage Family Services, Inc., of Tulsa.
The measure's author, Representative Ray Miller, D-Quinton, said the bill would permit a married couple to have...
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