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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday that children in the state conceived through artificial insemination after the death of a parent cannot receive Social Security survivor benefits. The court's decision Friday came in the case of an Omaha woman, Melissa Amen, whose daughter was conceived through artificial insemination about a week after the 2006 death of her husband and...

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