Re: here we go

Damien R. Sullivan (
Wed, 7 Jan 1998 12:40:40 -0800 (PST)

On Jan 7, 7:04am, Brian D Williams wrote:

> Yep, it's all over the press/papers here in Chicago today, I was a
> little surprised, I thought Klinton and the congressional luddites
> passed a law against human cloning research...

A law against Federal money being spent on human cloning research, yeah.
I don't know about an outright ban. Same with fetal cell research: it's
not banned, you just can't use Fed. money. As much research depends on
Fed. money, it often seems like a ban. Even more so if strings are tied
to any organization receiving Fed. money -- again, most universities.
Wholly private labs may be free (but hold the LSD.)

Hmm. Is uranium illegal to possess, or is it tightly controlled?

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