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5 Faces of India’s Proposed Surrogacy Ban

September 9, 2016

(CNN) – India may soon no longer be the place to go for childless couples wanting a baby. A new ban on surrogacy has been proposed by the country’s top government officials, who say that the system lacks clear and enforceable regulations and has been abused. The rules could change as soon as the end of 2016. We spoke to Indians affected by the proposed law to get a better understanding of how it could change their lives.

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