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Madison, Wis. - Last week, the nation marked the five-year anniversary of President Bush's senseless restrictions on stem cell research. Those restrictions have unquestionably set back the progress of this promising research, scientists and experts say.

When Congress passed legislation that would have lifted President Bush's restrictions,......

Full article >>> resident Bush and his allies in the House of Representatives may have - for now - dashed the hopes of these families, but here in Wisconsin, we will not give up the fight.

Wisconsin is the birthplace of stem cell research and home to world-leading scientists who are pioneering this field. The President's restrictions have hampered research across the country, but Wisconsin remains in an ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Gov. Jim Doyle 08/16/06


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