Attorney Edwin Wall speaks before the state Supreme Court, Tuesday Sept. 12, 2017, in Salt Lake City, for a married Utah gay couple over a law that prevents married gay men from having biological children through surrogacy. A gay couple denied the chance to have a baby using a surrogate challenged a Utah law's reference to heterosexual parents, which illustrates the legal complications LGBT couples can face when starting families amid a national patchwork of surrogacy laws.
Attorney Edwin Wall speaks before the state Supreme Court, Tuesday Sept. 12, 2017, in Salt Lake City, for a married Utah gay couple over a law that prevents married gay men from having biological children through surrogacy. A gay couple denied the chance to have a baby using a surrogate challenged a Utah law's reference to heterosexual parents, which illustrates the legal complications LGBT couples can face when starting families amid a national patchwork of surrogacy laws. The Salt Lake Tribune, via AP, Pool Al Hartmann
Attorney Edwin Wall speaks before the state Supreme Court, Tuesday Sept. 12, 2017, in Salt Lake City, for a married Utah gay couple over a law that prevents married gay men from having biological children through surrogacy. A gay couple denied the chance to have a baby using a surrogate challenged a Utah law's reference to heterosexual parents, which illustrates the legal complications LGBT couples can face when starting families amid a national patchwork of surrogacy laws. The Salt Lake Tribune, via AP, Pool Al Hartmann

Gay couple denied baby through surrogate challenges Utah law

September 12, 2017 8:43 PM