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Trump urges Alabama legislature to protect IVF services, NBC4 Washington reports

Former President Donald Trump has expressed support for in vitro fertilization (IVF) in Alabama following a recent state Supreme Court ruling that had led some clinics to pause treatments. In a post on Truth Social, Trump called on the Alabama legislature to find an immediate solution to preserve the availability of IVF in the state, emphasizing his support for IVF for couples trying to have a baby. His comments come amid a debate within the GOP and criticism from President Joe Biden’s campaign, attributing the lack of access to fertility treatment to Trump’s Supreme Court justices overturning Roe v. Wade. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey and lawmakers have filed legislation to protect IVF services, ensuring that fertilized human eggs or embryos are not considered human beings under state law.

Trump’s statement on IVF has prompted responses from other political figures, with Biden denouncing the state court ruling and attributing it to Trump’s Supreme Court appointments. Vice President Kamala Harris also blamed Trump for the lack of access to fertility treatments, connecting it to his intention to overturn protections for abortion rights. Biden has vowed to fight to restore these rights at the federal level. The issue of IVF in Alabama has become a point of contention within both the GOP and the Democratic Party as political figures continue to weigh in on the debate.

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