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By Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews, May 28, 2024

The Texas Supreme Court is considering whether to take up a lawsuit stemming from how to distribute three frozen embryos created by IVF, after the Alabama Supreme Court ruled in a similar case earlier this year.

AUSTIN, Texas (LifeSiteNews) — The Texas Supreme Court may soon hear its own case considering the personhood of frozen embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF), guaranteeing a controversy that establishment politicians wanted to sweep out of public view will only continue until it is resolved.

The Texas Tribune reports that the Lone Star State’s highest court is considering whether to take up a lawsuit stemming from how to distribute three frozen embryos created by divorcing couple Caroline and Gaby Antoun. The couple agreed in writing that the husband would get the embryos in the event of a divorce, but the wife contends that contract is no longer enforceable under Texas’s current abortion laws that recognize preborn babies as people. …

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