Skip to comments.Bill Would Ban Human Cloning In Minnesota
Posted on 03/15/2011 6:35:12 PM PDT by ButThreeLeftsDo
A bill attempting to head off possible human cloning is starting its travel through Minnesotas Legislature.
The human cloning ban is a priority of the states dominant anti-abortion group, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. The legislation would make it a felony to attempt, perform or aid in cloning by combining embryonic eggs with the nucleus removed and other human cells.
(Excerpt) Read more at minnesota.cbslocal.com ...
Isn’t it already illegal under federal law?
Is there a lot of that going on there?
Sounds like the MN Repubs are being proactive.
I hope so.
Good, because Sen. “Dung Heap” Harkin would try to clone Wellstone.
Excellent, no more cloning liberals.
We haven’t controlled the house and senate here in over 40 some-odd years. The real shame is that Mark Dayton somehow was elected to be the blockade to some real change in MN.
Given that it’s Minnesota, that’s probably a good idea.
Where you from, NOOB?
I believe you are right...Federal law says no!!
I was hoping they would succeed in bringing back Peter Graves so we wouldn’t need to use Tom Cruise for the next Impossible Mission.
>> Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you!
I hate to pop your bubble, but the bill would ban *human* cloning.
Sounds like Franken-slime wouldn’t be covered.
“Bill Would Ban Human Cloning In Minnesota
Is there a lot of that going on there?”
They have enough “Ya, you betcha’s” already. They figure more cloning of these would be reverse affirmative action.
I mean, if there is a federal law against it, don’t they have a lot more important crap to take care of in my former state?
I’d start with Wisconsin but that’s just me I guess.
Did you make sure you replaced yourself before you left?
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