The bill is based upon a bill passed in Louisiana in 1986. The Louisiana bill establishes all in vitro embryos as "juridical persons". There has been NO legal challenge to it in 23 years. The language has been updated to reflect changes in biomedical technology and medical standards since 1986.
2. Georgia House Bill 388 - The Option of Adoption (Snowflake Embryo Adoption)
Using the template provided by AUL.org , Georgia House Rep. James Mills is offering the nation's first embryo adoption bill.
"Since the late 1970s and the advent of the ability to conceive and store human embryos outside the mother’s womb through in vitro fertilization (IVF), hundreds of thousands of human embryos have been conceived and stored in laboratories across the United States. It is estimated that there are now 500,000+ cryopreserved (frozen) human embryos in storage in the United States."
3. Georgia Senate Bill 529 - (PreNDA) Bans all gender-based, coerced or racially motivated abortion in Georgia. It passed the Senate, but was killed by the Speaker of the House, David Ralston.