Italian court says in vitro process should be available to same-sex couples
Catholic World News - April 05, 2013
A panel of Italian judges has called for the country’s top court to rule on Italy’s law restricting artificial reproduction.
The court in Milan argued that the 2003, which does not allow assisted reproduction for same-sex couples, denies homosexuals “the fundamental right to the full realization of their family life.”
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