Schneider, William
August 2001
National Journal;8/18/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 33/34, p2642
Discusses the political arguments regarding the decision of United States President George W. Bush to allow federal funding for stem-cell research. Overview of the previous opinion of Bush on the research funding during the campaign period; Defense of Bush on the limitation he set on the funding of stem-cell research; Opposing reactions between the science and religion sector.


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