Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Huckabee has said that embryonic stem cell research creates life only to end a life. He applauded George W. Bush’s veto of legislation meant to loosen federal funding for embryonic stem cell research in June 2007, saying that the bill was wrong on moral grounds and based on inconclusive science. He also said that scientists have developed other types of stem cell research that would not require the use of a human embryo. He said that "vital scientific research can and is being conducted without the destruction of life."
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... The Democratic Party has voiced strong support for embryonic stem cell research with federal funding ... In his 2004 platform, John Kerry affirmed his support of federally funded embryonic stem cell research "under the strictest ethical guidelines," saying, "We will not ...
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