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A lawsuit that had threatened to end the Obama administration's funding of embryonic stem cell research was thrown out Wednesday, allowing the U.S. to continue supporting a search for cures to deadly diseases over protests that the work relies on destroyed human embryos.
A lawsuit that had threatened to end the Obama administration's funding of embryonic stem-cell research was thrown out Wednesday, allowing U.S. researchers to continue to use them over protests that the work relies on destroyed human embryos.
Time limits on how long posters can hang to announce rallies, trumpet issues or plug candidates in Washington are the subject of a lawsuit a judge allowed to go forward Thursday while strongly suggesting current regulations are improper.
Opponents of taxpayer-funded stem cell research lost a key round in a federal appeals court Friday.
Opponents of taxpayer-funded embryonic stem cell research lost a key round Friday in a federal appeals court ruling that gives support to the Obama administration's expansion of the promising but disputed approach to finding disease cures.
Opponents of taxpayer-funded embryonic stem cell research lost a key round in a federal appeals court Friday.
An appeals court ruled Tuesday that government funding of embryonic stem cell research can continue for now.
The Obama administration pleaded with an appeals court Monday to overturn a judge's order halting federal funding of stem cell research, arguing that the ban would irreparably harm scientific progress toward potentially lifesaving medical treatment.
Sen. Arlen Specter said Thursday that Congress should "get busy" on giving legal stature to the federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research to avoid giving a final say on the issue to a conservative Supreme Court.