• HB5378: Procedures For Kids Made Infertile By “Affirmative Only Care” In Connecticut

    Infertility treatments for "affirmative only" procedures could be funded by the State.

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    Not to be outdone by last year’s failed attempt to use state funds to hire surrogates for eunuchs, this year Planned Parenthood was joined by other groups to prioritize a bill to fund infertility treatments for everyone, including people who don’t have sex. Even those who are “infertile” because they have chosen not to have reproductive sex would be provided fertility treatments in the name of “equity”. With no limit on the type of treatment, even future “uterine transplants” for men or babies for women who “age out” would be paid for by the State and mandated for private insurers.

    With HB5378, Connecticut would also simultaneously fund infertility and fertility treatments for otherwise physically healthy children subjected to “affirmative only” treatments. Tax payers are paying to cause infertility in otherwise healthy children, and if this bill passes, they’ll be expected to pay to fix it. 

    These are Connecticut children who are being robbed of their future fertility by discredited procedures for “affirmative only” treatment funded by state tax dollars. Connecticut has been and continues to pay for procedures that are being abandoned across the globe (reprinted in the Hartford Courant on 4/21/24). What is Connecticut doing to our children and what is going to become of them?

    In anticipation of future lawsuits, General Assembly leadership stuffed a provision protecting gender doctors into a 2022 budget implementer with no public hearing. Now this year with HB5478 and last year with HB6617, the Reproductive Rights Caucus has proposed legislation to fund fertility treatment for these infertile kids.

    HB 5378 was heard in the Insurance and Real Estate Committee on March 1, and all of the state’s most radical organizations testified including the Office of the Attorney General, Reproductive Equity Now, Planned Parenthood, Connecticut Women’s and Legal Education Fund, Office of Health Care Advocate and others, except NARAL (oh, wait). While the bill did not make it out of Committee, until the end of session anything is possible for Connecticut’s most powerful and well-heeled activist groups and their very large and supportive caucus.

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