This has received some passionate pushback recently. A "mandate [of the] burial or cremation of embryonic and fetal tissue that results from abortions, miscarriages, or ectopic pregnancy surgery" can have various problems, including making public the names of the women having an abortion and costs. But, just using the word "funeral" doesn't do it for me -- the implication of some religious ceremony is misleading. Non-religious atheists have them etc. And, special rules, carefully tailored, to dispose human remains seems valid.