Legislation on Surrogate Parenting: 1989 Senate Bill 270, Relating to Surrogate Parenting, Birth Certificates, and Maternity

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Legislative Reference Bureau, 1989 - Parent and child (Law) - 15 pages
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Page 7 - D. STAFF MATERIALS The Appendix lists all materials received by the Special Committee. The following documents, prepared by the Council Staff, may be of particular interest. These, and other documents listed in the Appendix, are available at the Legislative Council offices.
Page 5 - During 1988 and 1989, the Special Committee held six meetings at the State Capitol in Madison, on the following dates: August 17, 1988 September 20, 1988 October 25, 1988 November 30, 1988 January 11, 1989 February 8, 1989 B.
Page i - JOSEPH J. CZARNEZKI Milwaukee J. MAC DAVIS Waukesha MICHAEL G. ELLIS Neenah GARY R. GEORGE Milwaukee DAVID HELBACH Stevens Point RICHARD T. KREUL Fennimore RODNEY C. MOEN Whitehall JOSEPH STROHL Racine REPRESENTATIVES DAVID E. CLARENBACH Madison MARCIA P. COGGS Milwaukee STAN GRUSZYNSKI Stevens Point THOMAS HAUKE West All 1s WALTER J.
Page 5 - II COMMITTEE ACTIVITY A. ASSIGNMENT The Legislative Council established the Special Committee on Surrogate Parenting by a May 25, 1988 mail ballot.
Page 7 - At its April 26, 1989 meeting, the Legislative Council voted to introduce the draft by a vote of Ayes, 16 (Sens. Risser, Ellis, Helbach, Kreul, Moen and Strohl; and Reps.
Page 5 - The members of the Special Committee, appointed by July 1 and July 20, 1988 mail ballots, consisted of two Senators, seven Representatives and eight Public Members.
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Page 14 - ... punishable by a fine not to exceed $10,000, imprisonment not to exceed five years, or both (4007). Any officer, agent, or clerk of a bank, savings bank, or trust company...
Page 14 - The purpose of the new procedure is to afford an opportunity to rebut the presumption that a woman who gives birth to a child is also the natural mother of the child.

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