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President Bush's 2001 restrictions
on research, and their reversal

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Overview:

In 2001, President George W Bush released funding to support embryonic stem-cell research in government laboratories. However, he severely restricted research projects by prohibiting them from working with stem cell lines that already existed at the time his restriction was announced.

During his campaign for the presidency, President Barak Obama consistently promised to remove the restrictions.

Topics covered in this section:

bullet President Bush's restrictions on embryonic stem cell research
 
bullet Later review of President Bush's restrictions
 
bullet President Obama's overturn of President Bush's restrictions: 2009-MAR-09
 
bullet Responses to the 2009 decision
 

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Copyright 1998 to 2009 by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
Latest update: 2009-MAR-07
Author: B.A. Robinson

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