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The state contends the agreement between Marotta and the women is not valid because Kansas law requires a licensed physician to perform artificial insemination. - - - That also means any donor could claim back visitation and other parental rights when not done thru licensed physician. NOT gonna end well..........
Only in Kansas ....
He relinquished parental rights and responsibilities; that supersedes the state effort to recoup funds.
Why doesn't the state also charge him with recklessness abandonment while they are at it.
Not the same thing but if the parents of an adopted child fall on hard times, do they go back to the parents that gave it up for some sort of payments? They too evidently gave up their "rights".
Who did the artificial insemination if it wasn't a licensed physician?
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