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Connecticut’s governor, a cancer survivor, (read: you’d think she’d know better) vetoed a bill that would have allowed people with “certain serious illnesses” to use marijuana, saying it sent a mixed message to children. The message the Governor wants to send to Connecticut’s children is that no matter what kind of pain you’re in? […]

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A $295 million bond package signed by Gov. John Baldacci on Tuesday leaves open the possibility that state money could be used to fund stem-cell research.
The Appropriations and Financial Affairs Committee last week killed two bond proposals, sponsored by House Speaker Glenn Cummings, D-Portland, and Rep. Donald Pilon, D-Saco, that would have funded adult and […]

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Here is that interview that you’ve no doubt been hearing about with Katie Couric regarding stem cell research, Parkinson’s and Rush Limbaugh…

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“Amendment 2 claims it bans human cloning… but in the 2,000 words you won’t read it makes cloning a constitutional right.” Missourians are afraid. Very afraid. Here in Maine, our “Question 2″ has to do with filing your paperwork on time. In Missouri? It’s a constitutional mandate to clone yourself […]

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EU funding for embryonic human stem cell research will continue through 2013, under guidelines that prevent human cloning and destroying embryos to appease a minority of Catholic countries that oppose stem cell research as unethical.
Countries not supporting stem cell research include the United States, which has firmly aligned itself with such scientific powerhouses as […]

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First, there was Senator Ted Steven’s video entry for the Low-Tech Hall of Fame, the Internet Tube Theory speech which left most Americans wondering whether he’d spent too much time in his car with the windows rolled up during the warm spell.
Next the unfortunately named Senator Brownback of Kansas revived his one-man show on frozen […]

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“If this bill would have become law,” Bush said, “American taxpayers would, for the first time in our history, be compelled to fund the deliberate destruction of human embryos. And I’m not going to allow it. It crosses a moral boundary that our decent society needs to respect, so I vetoed it.”
Because government sponsored killing […]

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