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:: 11.04.2004 ::  



Calls for expanasion of stem-cell research - from the GOP

That headline is not as far-fetched as you might think. Bush is definitely on the fringe of his party when it comes to this particluar issue - even conservative Orrin Hatch of Utah supports embryonic stem-cell research. He is among 58 senators and 206 House of Representatives members who have signed letters urging Bush to lift the restrictions. Advocates urge the use of fertility-clinic leftovers, as well as the already-existing stem cell lines to which research is now limited (thanks to Bush). The question remains: will Bush listen to the majority? Or will he stick to his guns and "protect the rights" of the few who do not wish their taxes to pay for such research (too bad he doesn't feel the same way about going to war or faith-based initiatives)? He's not really one to change his mind, unfortunately...

Full articles on YahooNews, from Reuters.

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