Stem cell vote near in Australian state

05/29/2007 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Legislators in New South Wales, Australia, are scheduled to vote next week on a bill to allow therapeutic cloning. Leaders of the two major parties said members would be given a conscience vote on the legislation, which would end the current ban on such stem cell work. Premier Morris Iemma said the proposal would allow valuable research to go forward.

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