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Primary Source
May 12, 2005

. . . President's Council on Bioethics Report: "Alternative Sources Human Pluripotent Stem Cells" A historic . . . from May 12, 2005 Document Outline President's Council on Bioethics on Alternative Sources of Stem Cells Introduction “Alternative Sources . . . Alternative Sources of Stem Cells Introduction “Alternative Sources of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells” President's Council on Bioethics on Alternative . . .


Primary Source
Mar. 10, 1987

. . . for the Doctrine of the Faith on Bioethics A historic document from March 10, 1987 Document Outline Introduction Introduction The . . . motherhood. The document, “Instruction on Respect for Human Life in Its Origin and on the . . . couple is the only way to create human life and that all life is sacred . . .


Primary Source
Apr. 1, 2004

. . . Presidential Council on Bioethics Report on Cloning: "Reproduction and Responsibility: The Regulation . . . 2004 Document Outline Presidential Council on the Ethics of Cloning Introduction Reproduction and Responsibility Presidential Council on the Ethics of Cloning Introduction The . . . Council on the Ethics of Cloning Introduction The successful cloning of a human embryo, fears that the United . . .


Legislative Analysis
Jan. 4, 2003

. . . CQ Weekly Scientific, Moral, Ethical Conundrum Of Human Cloning Ban Creates Political Minefield for 108th Congress Legislative . . . Staff Efforts to put a comprehensive ban on human cloning near the top of the congressional agenda . . . religious sect’s claim that the first cloned human baby has been born. But the fate of . . .


Legislative Analysis
Dec. 7, 2002

. . . CQ Weekly 2002 Legislative Summary: Human Cloning Legislative analysis of Dec 7, 2002 Bills: S . . . the Senate to pass a ban on human cloning collapsed because of a dispute over whether . . . pass a comprehensive ban or to allow cloning for the purpose of creating human tissue for . . .


Legislative Analysis
Aug. 30, 2003

. . . CQ Weekly Fall Agenda: Human Cloning Ban Legislative analysis of Aug 30, 2003 Bills: HR . . . by making it illegal to clone a human embryo. But the effort has stalled in . . . with lawmakers divided over whether to support cloning for medical research purposes. Cloning involves creating embryos . . .


Legislative Analysis
Dec. 13, 2003

. . . CQ Weekly 2003 Legislative Summary: Human Cloning Ban Legislative analysis of Dec 13, 2003 Bills: HR . . . known as the Raelians had cloned a human baby, the House passed a bill by . . . that can evolve into different types of human tissue. Biomedical research advocates say stem cells . . .


Primary Source
Jul. 11, 2002

. . . Presidential Commission Report on “Human Cloning and Human Dignity: An Ethical Inquiry” A historic document . . . Inquiry” A historic document from July 11, 2002 Document Outline Introduction Introduction Human cloning was a topic of considerable controversy in . . . on whether scientists should be barred from cloning human embryos to harvest stem cells for use . . .


Legislative Analysis
2001 - 2002

. . . Human Cloning Ban, 2001-2002 Legislative Chronology Document Outline Background Legislative Action The House . . . voted July 31, 2001, to ban all cloning of human embryos, whether for reproductive purposes or . . . by Dave Weldon, R-Fla., researchers who cloned human embryos would face up to ten years . . .


Encyclopedia Entry
2008

. . . Cloning, Human The 1997 announcement of the cloning of Dolly, a . . . first time the near-term possibility that a human could be created by a method other . . . from a woman. The mere possibility of human cloning touched off a heated debate in Congress . . .


Legislative Analysis
Jan. 26, 2002

. . . CQ Weekly Senate Debate on Human Cloning Likely to Focus on Ethical Boundaries Of . . . Bettelheim, CQ Staff The legislative debate over human cloning, pushed to the sidelines by the war . . . sweeping legislation (HR 2505) that would ban cloning human embryos for reproductive purposes or for developing . . .


Legislative Analysis
1997 - 1998

. . . Human Cloning, 1997-1998 Legislative Chronology Alarmed by the announcement by . . . he planned to try to clone a human being, the Senate in 1998 rushed to . . . of Congress had been trying to ban human cloning since the February 1997 announcement by scientists . . .


Legislative Analysis
2003 - 2004

. . . Human Cloning Ban, 2003-2004 Legislative Chronology Document Outline Legislative Action For the . . . to make it illegal to clone a human embryo for any reason. But, as in . . . with lawmakers divided over whether to allow cloning for medical research purposes. The House bill (HR . . .


Legislative Analysis
2001

. . . Senate Panel Considers a Bill To Prevent Human Cloning By Banning a Lab Technique By Adriel . . . it last debated a proposed ban on human cloning, the Senate again is considering whether to . . . restrictions on certain types of biomedical research. Anti-cloning legislation (S 790) by Sam Brownback, R-Kan., . . .


Legislative Analysis
1998

. . . Human Cloning, 1998 Legislative Chronology Document Outline Senate Halts Debate On Cloning . . . Scottish scientists announced that they had used cloning to produce a sheep named Dolly, proposals . . . Dolly, proposals in Congress to stop the cloning of humans took on new urgency when . . .


Legislative Analysis
Jun. 6, 2007

HOUSE ROLL CALL VOTE 439; Jun. 06, 2007 6:41 pm; HR 2560 Human Cloning Ban -- Passage DeGette, D-Colo., motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill that would prohibit reproductive human cloning and transporting human somatic cell nuclear transfer technology intended for human cloning. Violators w...


Legislative Analysis
1998

. . . Human Cloning, 1997-1998 Legislative Chronology The Senate Feb. 11, 1998, . . . on a bill (S 1601) to ban human cloning. The bill died upon adjournment of the . . . somatic cell nuclear transfer to create a human embryo. Somatic cell nuclear transfer involves replacing . . .


Floor Vote
Jul. 31, 2001

. . . Human Cloning Ban/Passage. (in H.R.) HR2505 Passage of the . . . Passage of the bill that would prohibit human cloning for any purpose. The bill would make . . . organization to perform, attempt or participate in human cloning; it would ban receiving, shipping or importing . . .


Legislative Analysis
Jul. 31, 2001

HOUSE ROLL CALL VOTE 304; Jul. 31, 2001 6:30 pm; HR 2505 Human Cloning Ban -- Passage Passage of the bill that would prohibit human cloning for either medical research or reproductive purposes. The bill would make it illegal for any person or organization to perform, attempt or participate in human...


Legislative Analysis
Aug. 4, 2001

CQ WEEKLY – SCIENCE; Aug. 4, 2001; Page 1920 House Vote to Ban Human Embryo Cloning Breaks New Ground in Regulation of Biotech By Adriel Bettelheim, CQ Staff The House has set a new marker for how far it is willing to go in restricting biomedical science -- and added a new twist to the ongoing debat...


Legislative Analysis
Feb. 27, 2003

HOUSE ROLL CALL VOTE 39; Fed. 27, 2003 5:32 pm; HR 534 Prohibition on Human Cloning -- Passage Passage of the bill that would ban human cloning and punish violators with up to 10 years in prison and fines of at least $1 million. The bill would prohibit cloning, and attempts at cloning, for both medi...


Legislative Analysis
Jul. 31, 2001

HOUSE ROLL CALL VOTE 302; Jul. 31, 2001 5:49 pm; HR 2505 Human Cloning Ban -- Substitute Greenwood, R-Pa., substitute amendment that would ban human cloning to begin a pregnancy but allow the cloning of embryos for medical research as long as a researcher registers with the Department of Health and...


Floor Vote
Jun. 6, 2007

. . . Human Cloning Ban -- Passage. (in H.R.) HR2560 DeGette, D-Colo., . . . pass the bill that would prohibit reproductive human cloning and transporting human somatic cell nuclear transfer technology . . . somatic cell nuclear transfer technology intended for human cloning. Violators would be subject to fines of . . .


Legislative Analysis
Feb. 27, 2003

HOUSE ROLL CALL VOTE 37; Fed. 27, 2003 4:48 pm; HR 534 Prohibition on Human Cloning -- Substitute Greenwood, R-Pa., substitute amendment that would prohibit human cloning for reproduction but allow the cloning of embryos for medical research purposes. Researchers would be required to register with t...


Floor Vote
Jul. 31, 2001

. . . Human Cloning Ban/Substitute. (in H.R.) HR 2505. Greenwood, R-Pa., substitute . . . 2505. Greenwood, R-Pa., substitute amendment that would ban human cloning to begin a pregnancy but allow the cloning . . . registers with the Department of Health and Human Services. The bill would make it illegal . . .


Floor Vote
Feb. 27, 2003

. . . Prohibition on Human Cloning/Passage (in H.R.) HR 534 Passage of the . . . Passage of the bill that would ban human cloning and punish violators with up to 10 . . . least $1 million. The bill would prohibit cloning, and attempts at cloning, for both medical research . . .


Legislative Analysis
Mar. 31, 2001

CQ WEEKLY – COMMERCE; March 31, 2001; Page 696 Tauzin Asserts Oversight of Human Cloning By Adriel Bettelheim, CQ Staff With the backing of the White House, new House Energy and Commerce Chairman Billy Tauzin, R-La., is wading into the ethically murky world of human cloning. Tauzin and other panel m...


Floor Vote
Feb. 27, 2003

. . . Prohibition on Human Cloning/Substitute (in H.R.) HR 534 Greenwood, R-Pa., substitute . . . Greenwood, R-Pa., substitute amendment that would prohibit human cloning for reproduction but allow the cloning of embryos . . . bill would make it illegal to pursue cloning to initiate a pregnancy; violators would be . . .


Legislative Analysis
Jul. 31, 2001

HOUSE ROLL CALL VOTE 303; Jul. 31, 2001 6:21 pm; HR 2505 Human Cloning Ban -- Recommit Lofgren, D-Calif., motion to recommit the bill to the House Judiciary Committee with instructions to add an amendment providing that the bill shall not prohibit human cloning related to the development of cures fo...


Floor Vote
Jul. 31, 2001

. . . Human Cloning Ban/Recommit. (in H.R.) HR2505 Lofgren, D-Calif., motion . . . providing that the bill shall not prohibit human cloning related to the development of treatments for . . . instructions specify that the product of the cloning process could not used to begin a . . .

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