Mich. voters approve amendment on embryonic stem cell research

Unofficial results show that a majority of voters in Michigan endorsed a proposal to allow human embryos from fertility clinics to be used in the creation of new embryonic stem cell lines. Proponents of the measure, who are counting on the potential of stem cell research to cure diseases, said they remained "cautiously optimistic," while critics said they intend to wait for the final counting of ballots.

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