Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Bush Vetoes Federally Funded Stem Cell Research Measure

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by Steven Ertelt
LifeNews.com Editor
July 19, 2006



Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- President Bush vetoed a Congressional bill that would have required taxpayers to pay for embryonic stem cell research. Bush announced the first veto of his presidency in a White House speech in a room filled children who had been adopted by their parents as frozen embryos.
Saying such research should not be funded because it involves the destruction of human life, Bush vetoed the bill.

"This bill would support the taking of innocent human life of the hope of finding medical benefits for others. It crosses a moral boundary that our society needs to respect, so I vetoed it," Bush said.

Some 18 families who had adopted frozen embryos -- called snowflake babies -- attended Bush's speech Wednesday. The families adopted the embryos that had been leftover from fertility treatments from other couples who didn't need them.

"Each of these children was still adopted while still an embryo and has been blessed with a chance to grow, to grow up in a loving family. These boys and girls are not spare parts," the president said.


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Senate Approves Expanding Funds for Embryonic Stem Cell Research

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WASHINGTON — The Senate passed a bill Tuesday allowing federal funding for embryonic stem cell research.

The vote was 63-37. President Bush has vowed to veto the measure, the first of his five-and-a-half year old administration.

"The simple answer is he thinks murder's wrong," said White House spokesman Tony Snow. "The president is not going to get on the slippery slope of taking something living and making it dead for the purposes of scientific research."

Snow said the president had issued 141 veto threats during his time in the White House, often against spending increases for domestic programs. None came to fruition after deals were cut with lawmakers to avoid that outcome. This was the first time no deal could be cut, Snow said.



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From LifeNews.com

by Steven Ertelt
LifeNews.com Editor
July 17, 2006


Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- The White House released an emphatic statement on Monday, as the Senate began its debate on a bill to use taxpayer funds for pay for embryonic stem cell research, saying President Bush will definitely veto the bill because the funds would pay for science that destroys human life.
The Senate is expected to approve the bill with the 60 votes it needs when it votes on the measure Tuesday afternoon. However, whether it has enough votes to overturn a veto is in question.

"If [the legislation] were presented to the president, he would veto the bill,'' the official statement of administration policy said. Officials underlined the sentence in the statement for greater emphasis.

"The bill would compel all American taxpayers to pay for research that relies on the intentional destruction of human embryos for the derivation of stem cells, overturning the president's policy that funds research without promoting such ongoing destruction,'' it said.

The Monday announcement squares with comments a White House spokesman made at the end of last week.

"The legislation crosses an important moral line and if presented with the legislation -- the president would veto" it," Ken Lisaius said Thursday.

The announcement comes after lawmakers sough to put addition pressure on the president not to veto the measure.


White House: President Bush to Veto Embryonic Stem Cell Research Bill



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