Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook, a Johnson County Republican and chair of the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee held hearings Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Topeka, for those for and against her bill that would make it illegal to enter into surrogacy pregnancy contracts in Kansas under threat of a $10,000 fine and a one-year jail sentence.(AP Photo/Topeka Capita-Journal, Thad Allton)
Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook, a Johnson County Republican and chair of the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee held hearings Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Topeka, for those for and against her bill that would make it illegal to enter into surrogacy pregnancy contracts in Kansas under threat of a $10,000 fine and a one-year jail sentence.(AP Photo/Topeka Capita-Journal, Thad Allton)
Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook, a Johnson County Republican and chair of the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee held hearings Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, in Topeka, for those for and against her bill that would make it illegal to enter into surrogacy pregnancy contracts in Kansas under threat of a $10,000 fine and a one-year jail sentence.(AP Photo/Topeka Capita-Journal, Thad Allton)