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House Bills - 108th Congress

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H.R. 3960—The Stem Cell Replenishment Act of 2004

On March 11, 2004, Representative Millender-McDonald (D-CA), introduced H.R. 3960, the Stem Cell Replenishment Act of 2004. The bill would permit Federal funding for research using human embryonic stem cells derived after August 9, 2001, notwithstanding President Bush’s policy directive limiting such research to cells derived prior to that date. The bill has no cosponsors and was referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

Legislative Update (August 2004): Stem Cell Research

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