The Human Cloning Prohibition Act: Did Congress Go too Far?
Harvard Journal on Legislation 1998 Summer; 35(2): 637-645
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A Bill to Prohibit the Expenditure of Federal Funds to Conduct or Support Research on the Cloning of Humans, and to Express the Sense of the Congress that Other Countries Should Establish Substantially Equivalent Restrictions [Human Cloning Research Prohibition Act] United States. Congress. House (2001-04-03)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Health (2001)
Human cloning and stem cell research: engaging in the political process (Legislation review: prohibition of Human Cloning Act 2002 and the Research Involving Human Embryos Act). Skene, Loane (2008-03)Committees appointed by governments to inquire into specific policy issues often have no further role when the Committee's report is delivered to government, but that is not always so. This paper describes the activities ...