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Former Thompson lawyer comments on Doyle stem cell executive order

Madison, Wis. - A former chief legal counsel to former Gov. Tommy Thompson said there is nothing inappropriate from a legal standpoint with Gov. Jim Doyle's April 25 executive order on stem cells.

Ray Taffora, a partner in the Madison office of Michael Best & Friedrich, said the governor's powers include the authority to direct state depart......

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Kanavas has voted with Legislative majorities to enact a comprehensive ban on human cloning, including therapeutic cloning used in research. With therapeutic cloning, an embryo is allowed to develop to the 100 to 200 cell stage, at which point stem cells are isolated for immediate or future use in cell transplantation therapies. The embryo is destroyed in the process of isolating the stem c......

Full article >>> for stem cell products could reach $10 billion over the next ten years, translating into more than 100,000 jobs.

Hamill, however, believes that moral considerations trump economics. "Gov. Doyle now wants us to trust him with inviting 10% of the nation's embryonic stem cell researchers to our state, with no safeguards in place," she said. "The researchers to whom Gov. Doyle has made a ha......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/01/06


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