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In a sign of escalation in a brewing war with the High Evolutionary, the Arizona state Senate has passed legislation targeting human-animal hybrids.
Politico reports the bill would prohibit anyone in the state from “creating or attempting to create an in vitro human embryo by any means other than fertilization of a human egg by a human sperm.”
It also would outlaw attempting to transfer a human embryo into a nonhuman womb, and vice versa, as well as transporting or receiving “for any purpose a human-animal hybrid.” The latter provision presumably aims to prevent Bova from immigrating to Yuma.
Louisiana passed a similar law in 2009. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has not voiced her opinion about the bill, which also passed a state House committee.
Neither the Transian embassy nor a spokes-animal for Herbert Edgar Wyndham responded to requests for comment.