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Arizona supreme court rules woman cannot use frozen embryos made with ex-husband

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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Ruby Torres cannot use the frozen embryos she created with her ex-husband, and instead they must be donated to another couple. The state passed a law in 2018 requiring frozen embryos to go to the partner most likely to pursue a birth, but the law is not retroactive and can’t get Torres out of a previously signed contract.