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Stem cell vote may challenge president

By Nina J. Easton
Globe Staff / May 24, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- In its first vote on stem cell research since President Bush imposed restrictions on federal funding nearly four years ago, the US House of Representatives today is expected to defy a presidential veto threat and pass legislation permitting taxpayer dollars to underwrite research using unneeded embryos from fertility clinics. (Full article: 700 words)

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