Influencing Legislation and Legislators for the Lord Jesus Christ.

Child-Parent Security Act (Paid Surrogacy) (A.1071-A-Paulin)

The Child-Parent Security Act (CPSA) is a pernicious piece of legislation that does absolutely nothing to promote the important policy goal of security and stability in parent-child relationships; instead, the bill would make it legal for prosperous New Yorkers to rent the wombs of lower-income women through paid surrogacy contracts. The CPSA’s other major flaws include its stubborn insistence upon placing the preferences of adults at a higher priority than the needs of vulnerable children.