LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The Supreme Court has ruled that children conceived through artificial insemination after a man's death are not eligible to get social security survivor benefits.
The ruling is a result of a lawsuit filed by a woman whose twins who were conceived using her husband's frozen sperm and born 18-months after he died were not eligible for the funds under state inheritance laws.
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