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Odd Mix of Activists Stands Together against CloningCoalition Supports Bill That Could Mean Fines, Prison Time for Scientists Involved in Practiceby Richard WillingUSA TodayJuly 16th, 2001
A Real "Brave New World"What Human Genetic Engineers Plan for Your Futureby Mark Gabrish ConlanZenger's NewsmagazineJune 27th, 2001Opponents of human genetic engineering spoke forcefully at a workshop at San Diego City College June 24 as part of the Biojustice/Beyond Biodevastation V event.
TWO BILLS: A REAL CLONING BAN AND A BAN THAT ISN'T ONEGenetic CrossroadsJune 21st, 2001
HUMAN CLONING UPDATEGenetic CrossroadsMay 16th, 2001
US CONGRESS TO CONSIDER BAN ON HUMAN CLONINGGenetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2001
New Policies on Human Embryo Research in the US and UKGenetic CrossroadsSeptember 19th, 2000
NEWS AND POINTERS REGARDING TECHNO-EUGENICSGenetic CrossroadsMay 10th, 2000
US Government Documents
Failure to Pass Federal Cloning Legislation, 1997-2003There are no United States federal statutes against cloning. Congress failed to pass legislation in the 1997-98 session. In 2001 the House of Representatives passed a bill to ban both reproductive and research cloning, which President Bush indicated he would sign. The Senate tabled the legislation and a vote was never taken.
Placing a Moratorium on Research Cloning to Ensure Effective Control over Reproductive Cloningby Alexander Morgan Capron
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