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Trey Powell chose surrogacy as means to become single father

August 22, 2013 | 7:05 p.m. CDT
In this Tuesday photo, Trey Powell cuddles his 6-month-old daughters Kylan, left, and Ashton in their home in Seattle. At 42, Powell is a new addition to the ranks of men who intentionally seek the role of single father. While some opt for adoption, others yearn to have children with genetic ties and are willing to invest $100,000 or more, using surrogate mothers.

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