Stem cell bills die in Maryland, Washington legislatures

04/13/2005 | Sun (Baltimore), The ·

The Maryland Legislature ended its session without taking action on a bill proposing state funding for embryonic stem cell research, which opponents threatened to block with a filibuster. The bill's chief sponsor said it would be re-introduced next year and warned scientists would leave the state because of lack of support for the research. In Olympia, the Washington state Senate voted down a bill that would permit stem cell research, including the use of human embryonic stem cells, but ban reproductive cloning.

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