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Science and Law Haven't Changed on Stem Cells. Has Politics?
Compiled by CT staff| July 21, 2006
Top five? We barely got time to post these links. Sorry. We'll try to narrow everything down for you next week.
- Hopefuls embrace stem cell research | Md. candidates vie to prove support (The Washington Post)
- State takes lead in stem cell efforts | A day after President Bush's veto, the governor orders a $150-million loan to kick-start research now stalled by litigation (Los Angeles Times)
- Schwarzenegger gives $150M stem cell loan | A day after President Bush vetoed expanded federal funding of embryonic stem cell research, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday authorized a $150 million loan to fund California's stem cell institute, which has been stalled by lawsuits (Associated Press)
- Debate continues over stem cell research | In Madison, Wisconsinthe birthplace of embryonic stem cell researchdebate rages on over the morality of using human embryos to look for cures to diseases. (Associated Press)
- House rejects Santorum stem cell bill | Sen. Rick Santorum, a conservative struggling to win reelection, suffered a political setback late Tuesday when the House rejected his bill to encourage adult stem cell research. (Associated Press)
- Stem cell debate a complication for GOP | The largely one-sided debate over embryonic stem cell research pits President Bush against the Republican Party. (Associated Press)
- Stem-cell divisions transcend abortion fight | Abortion opponents are not necessarily against embryonic stem-cell research, an issue facing many countries. (Reuters)
- Connecticut GOP bucks party on stem cells | Connecticut's three Republican congressional representatives voted to overturn President Bush's veto of a stem cell research bill, bucking their party leader on a key issue for many religious conservatives. (Boston Globe)