The Susan Wade Act

The Susan Wade Act

Public Law 119-90

119th Congress

An Act

To establish regulation of human reproduction in order to prevent the birth defects that have resulted from the Mears Virus.

This Act may be cited as the “Susan Wade Act.”

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled that (1) all women in the United States and U.S. territories must receive contraceptive implants at the onset of fertility; (2) these devices must remain in place until a qualified physician has certified that conception is no longer possible; (3) whenever a woman is medically prohibited from having a contraceptive implant, the Medical General for Human Reproduction (MGHR) will designate an alternative means of preventing pregnancy; (4) all human reproduction must occur in Federally Certified Reproduction Centers (FCRCs) that are in conformity with the United Nations Resolution on Safe Reproductive Practices; (5) all human reproduction must occur in federally-approved artificial uteri; (6) all pregnancies that occur through natural means must be tested for abnormalities and terminated if the office of the MGHR deems it necessary and appropriate; and (7) 1-6 will be overseen and regulated by the Department of Human Reproduction.