Israel has approved an amendment to the Law for the Agreement to Carry Embryos (aka the “Surrogacy Law”). If passed, surrogacy will be allowed in Israel for same-sex couples, couples that are not married, and individuals.
The amendment had some opposition: “Not everybody is the same. Not everybody is a family and not everybody is equal.” Luckily, the supporters outweighed those people who do not support a welcome change.
There are many stages to the passing of the amendment, but this is a huge milestone nonetheless.
To read more about the law and to take a more detailed look at the changes that have been proposed, check out the article at the link provided.
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