Friday, March 06, 2009

Stem Cell Research

Obama Positioned to Quickly Reverse Bush ActionsImage by Renegade98 via Flickr

President Obama is supposed to lift restrictions on stem cell research on Monday. The ban has been in place since the second President Bush was in office. The potential for this research to help find cures for so much is almost limitless. It's a move that is long overdue. Read more about it here.


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3 comments:

Bond said...

This was one of many reasons he received my vote.

JohnH985 said...

Mine too. The previous adminstration acted like it was afraid of science.

Bond said...

They were afraid of science..they were afraid of it because they were not smart enough to understand it and also because their conservative base told them to be afraid of it.

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