Mike DeWine on Stem Cell Research

Last Updated : Apr 28, 2010

Voting Record

Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

In July of 2006, the Senate passed the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act. This legislation would have allowed research on human embryonic stem cells created after President Bush's 2001 deadline. The measure passed the House and Senate, but was vetoed. It passed the Senate 63-37. Mike DeWine voted against the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act.

Mike DeWine voted against the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act.

Alternative Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies Enhancement Act

In July of 2006, the Senate voted unanimously to pass the Alternative Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies Enhancement Act S 2754. The bill required the Secretary of Health and Human Services to do the following three tasks: provide guidance concerning the next steps required for additional research; prioritize research with the greatest potential for near-term clinical benefit; and take into account techniques outlined by the President\'s Council on Bioethics and any other appropriate techniques and research. Mike DeWine voted in favor of the Alternative Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies Enhancement Act

Mike DeWine voted in favor of the Alternative Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies Enhancement Act

 

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