Friday, October 07, 2005

Bill limiting procreation assistance abandoned

Apparently, the genius behind Indiana's procreation assistance bill aws not anticipating all the negative flap she was getting about the bill and has dropped it. State Sen. Patricia Miller (R-Indianapolis) had acknowledged the bill would be controversial. Duh! So, you want to force people who can't conceive naturally to have to submit to government scrutiny to determine whether or not they are fit to be parents? And they got upset? Just because the statute said gays and single people were unfit to be pregnant? Shocking!

Score one for "All men are created equal."