Introduced by Rep. Andy Meisner (D) on April 19, 2007, to repeal Michigan’s ban on embryonic stem cell research, if the embryos from which the stem cells are taken were created for purposes of in-vitro fertilization in a fertility clinic, and are excess to that purpose.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on April 19, 2007.
Re: there is no way by joshik on October 11, 2011
is some inspirational stuff. Never knew that opinions could be this varied.
Thanks for all the enthusiasm to offer such helpful information here.
there is no way by Anonymous Citizen on November 10, 2007 of proving that an embryo is a person. In order to have confirmed proof we would have to have a talk with the embryo for it to tell us exactly when it began to process with its mind, do you see this happening anytime soon? Didn't think so, so until then if it could even remotely help to find a cure for someone that we know 100% is living then I say go for it. Most of these embryo's come from people who have saved embryos and no longer wish to use them so would you rather them to be thrown in the trash, then used to possible save someone close to you one day? Ridiculous, now you right to lifers are just going overboard with the crusade on this one. In the trash or used to find a cure either way they will not ever be a person, the only difference is that the latter could help to save a person.
every 'person' is an by Anonymous Citizen on November 9, 2007 'organism', but not every 'organism' grows up to be a person.
once again, at what point do we draw the line authorizing the lawful killing of a human being?