Michigan group submits stem cell ballot proposal

01/30/2008 | Detroit Free Press

The Stem Cell Ballot Question Committee in Michigan on Tuesday submitted language for its proposal to lift a constitutional ban on the use of human embryos for stem cell research. The ballot proposal seeks authorization to derive stem cells from excess or unsuitable embryos from fertility clinics that "would otherwise be discarded unless they are used for research" and supports state law prohibiting human cloning.

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