Legislature rejects Mass. governor's compromise on stem cell bill

05/20/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The Massachusetts Legislature rejected compromise language offered by Gov. Mitt Romney to its stem cell legislation and sent the bill back to him to sign or veto. A spokesman for the governor said he would veto it because the bill, which endorses therapeutic cloning and promotes stem cell research, "crosses serious ethical boundaries."

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