- Calling the destruction of human embryos a line that society should not cross, President Bush
has vetoed a bill that would have overturned his ban on new federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research, and an override attempt failed in the House of Representatives.
"It crosses a moral boundary that our decent......Full article >>>
le blasts veto
Following the veto, Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle
held a conference call with state reporters. Doyle said he looked forward to the day when there will be a different president who would support additional federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research.
Doyle, appearing with Custer, Wis. resident Pam Fleishauer, wh......Full article >>>
lative affairs director. "President Bush stood tall today in the preservation of human life."
Earlier, Sande had blasted Wisconsin Senators Herb Kohl and Russ Feingold, who voted for H.R. 810.
In the House vote, the Wisconsin delegation was split along partisan lines. Voting to override the veto were Democrats Tammy Baldwin, Ron Kind, Gwen Moore, and David Obey. Joining Green in......Full article >>>
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