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Surrogacy Contracts, Abortion Conditions, and Parenting Licenses in the Curious Case of Cook v. Harding

Everything went fine the last time, when Melissa Cook, a 48-year old mother of four, had carried a child for a family back in 2013 to supplement her office job salary. This time was different. First were the triplets. She had been … Continue reading

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