Minn. politics puts university on fence in stem cell issue

02/7/2007 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The Minnesota House passed a bill allowing university researchers to use state funds for embryonic stem cell research, but a University of Minnesota official said the school did not seek the bill and has no position on it. Gov. Tim Pawlenty threatened to veto the legislation unless it is revised to allow only research that does not involve the destruction of an embryo.

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