With the bang of the gavel, Colorado made history by passing the first act of its kind within the United States. SB22-224 contains meaningful regulatory protections for donor conceived people, their families, and donors.
Read messages of support for Colorado SB22-224 from experts and stakeholders, including Colorado Fertility Advocates, GLAD, and We Are Egg Donors.
U.S. Donor Conceived Council is thrilled to celebrate Colorado’s landmark passage of the “Donor-Conceived Persons and Families of Donor-Conceived Persons Protection Act”.
Act,” is moving to the Colorado House of Representatives. We need your voice in support of this landmark legislation.
U.S. Donor Conceived Council is pleased to announce the introduction of SB 22-224, the “Donor-Conceived Persons And Families of Donor-Conceived Persons Protection Act” by Colorado Senate President Stephen Fenberg.
U.S. Donor Conceived Council surveyed sperm bank websites to analyze their publicly described business practices and compare those practices to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) guidelines, the American Association of Tissue Bank (AATB) guidelines, and DCC’s vision statement.
Several U.S. states have enacted or are considering laws regarding fertility fraud and donor conception, including Washington, California, and New York. Read this guide for an overview of legislation efforts and how you can advocate for change.
The United States is one of the largest exporters of sperm in the world because unlike many other countries, the sperm “donation” industry remains largely unregulated.