A fertility fraud bill is moving forward in the indiana state legislature.
A number of victims said they were unknowingly impregnated by their fertility doctor after a ?3 vote?
A senate committee removed a portion of the bill creating a felony charge of fertility fraud for doctors?
Using their own sperm without the patient's consent.
The proposal would now only give mothers and children the right to file a lawsuit in such cases.
That decision is making victims upset.
Liz white says she lived most of her life?
Thinking her son matthew was conceived from an anonymous donor.
But ??a results from 2?16 told her otherwise.
That's when she learned the biological father was in fact her doctor?
"our goal here is not about revenge.
It is about to establish the egregious behavior cline did to be forever against the law."
Despite this testimony?
A senate committee today decided to remove the criminal penalty from the fertility bill being considered.
Senator michael young said it was not needed because there are already protections in place for fertility patients.
Through ??a testing?
White's son has learned he has dozens of siblings.
Investigators believe cline could be the father of at least 46 other people.