RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association
Please send the letter below to the Senate Health Committee asking them to vote NO on SB 5!
I oppose SB 5
Dear [Decision Maker],
As someone who cares about people who are fighting the disease of infertility, I am greatly concerned about a pending bill, SB 5. This bill would redefine the term "person" to include microscopic embryos "at the moment of fertilization and implantation into the womb," at which point the newly fertilized, microscopic egg would have full legal rights. Because of its potential effect on fertility treatments, SB 5 could prevent men and women in Alabama from being able to have children. I urge you to oppose SB 5. By equating microscopic embryos and born human beings, SB 5 has implications that pose a serious threat to infertility treatment. If microscopic fertilized eggs or embryos are full human children, anything that puts an embryo at risk could be a violation of law, even if its goal is the undeniable social good of helping someone have a baby.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]
Phone: 703.556.7172Fax: 703.506.3266RESOLVE:The National Infertility Association1760 Old Meadow Rd., Suite 500McLean, VA 22102
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