Colorado has passed a bill that will give donor-conceived people the right to access information about their donors.
If Governor Jared Polis signs the bill into law, the 'Donor-conceived Persons and Families of Donor-conceived Persons Protection Act' will allow all children conceived with donor gametes from 2025 onwards to access medical history and identifying information about their donor when they turn 18.
'We want to make clear that someone whose donating sperm or egg will no longer be anonymous,' said Representative Matt Soper, who sponsored the bill. 'Through technologies that are out there, they need to understand what the ramifications are of making the decision to be a donor'.
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