State law now allows the use of tax dollars for unethical cloning research ST. PAUL – Since July 1, 2011, Minnesota state law has permitted the use of taxpayer funds for human cloning. Such research is unethical, deeply unpopular among the people of Minnesota, and offers very little potential for therapeutic benefits, in contrast to …Continue reading "Taxpayer funding of human cloning offers no benefits to Minnesotans"
Editor’s note. This appears on the blog of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. The Minnesota House DFL caucus has linked to a document (uploaded by Carrie Lucking, who works for the caucus) titled “What you need to know about the 2011 legislative session.” It states, “On the eve of a state government shutdown, Republicans made …Continue reading "Lies, damned lies, and human cloning"
Funding ban passed, vetoed, then excluded in special session negotiations ST. PAUL — The State of Minnesota is now involved in the human cloning business. After the state Legislature failed to re-authorize a ban on state funded human cloning during the special session, it is now legal to use taxpayer dollars to create cloned human …Continue reading "Minnesota is open …… for state funded human cloning"
By Dave Andrusko The state of Minnesota is in the midst of a bruising standoff between pro-abortion Gov. Mark Dayton (D) and the pro-life Republican House and Senate over a new budget. A casualty, hopefully only temporary, is the reauthorization of a ban on taxpayer funding of human cloning which Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life …Continue reading "Ban of State Funding of all forms of Human Cloning in Minnesota Caught in Budgetary Cross-Fire"
Editor’s note. This first appeared on the blog of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life at http://prolifemn.blogspot.com/2011/05/cloning-is-cloning-is-cloning.html Two recent articles on the MCCL-backed human cloning ban legislation are refreshing for their honesty. The first is by Justin Kinney. The second is by Gene Tarne of Do No Harm: The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics. A …Continue reading "Cloning is cloning is cloning"