This bill pertains to in vitro fertilization and aims to provide civil and criminal immunity for any damage to or death of an embryo that may occur as a result of providing or receiving goods or services related to in vitro fertilization. It explicitly states that no legal action, whether civil or criminal, can be initiated or sustained against individuals or entities involved in the in vitro fertilization process in such cases.

Furthermore, the bill has a retroactive effect, meaning it applies to any past actions, omissions, or services related to in vitro fertilization that are not currently under litigation as of the effective date of the act. The bill was processed through the legislative stages, passing with a significant majority on the 29th of February, 2024, and is set to become effective immediately upon enactment. There are no specific insertions or deletions from current law indicated in the provided text.