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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Karen Capato
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a man's children who were conceived through artificial insemination after his death cannot get Social Security survivor benefits.
Children who were conceived through artificial insemination after their father's death cannot get Social Security survivor benefits, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
A New Jersey woman can seek Social Security benefits for twins conceived in vitro after her husband's death, but she must first prove they were dependents when he died, a U.S. appeals court ruled.
Capato argued that the unequal treatment from state to state is unconstitutional, but Social Security said its dependency rules follow state inheritance laws, which vary.
Karen Capato tried to argue that her husband was a New Jersey resident when he died, since they were planning to move there.