Child-Parent Security Act (Paid Surrogacy) – (S.17-A-Hoylman/A.6959-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. The true purpose of this bill is to fundamentally redefine the word “parent” for the convenience of one or two special interest groups. In so doing, the CPSA would reduce women’s reproductive capabilities to the status of a contracted service and treat children as consumer goods.