Last week, the same day President Bush vetoed a bill that would have forced taxpayers to further subsidize embryonic stem-cell experimentation, he signed the Fetus Farming Prohibition Act of 2006.
The former got lots of negative press; the latter caused barely a stir. The latter bode poorly for embryonic stem-cell research's public image. Better to ignore.
At any rate, a ban on fetus farming wasn't controversial, passing unanimously in both the Senate and House. Fetus farming seems far-fetched.
But ratifying FFPA scythed a huge swath through plans of embryonic stem-cell harvesters Ė laudable quick work by pro-life academics and politicos before the other side's powerful lobby could sway self-interested politicians and Americans. Here's why....
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