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GOP and Stem Cells

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GOP and Stem Cells

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GOP and Stem Cells

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NPR's Mara Liasson reports that President Bush's decision on stem cell research has been a delicate — and largely successful — political balancing act. Scientists say that the full implications of the decision won't be felt for years. But in the short term, the president has averted several possible legislative challenges to his plan.

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