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House Girds For Stem-Cell Battle

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House Girds For Stem-Cell Battle

House Girds For Stem-Cell Battle

House Girds For Stem-Cell Battle

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The House of Representatives is set to vote this week on stem-cell research legislation. President Bush has already said he will veto any bill that creates new cell lines from human embryos. We look at the nexus of religion, politics and science.

Guests:

Joe Palca, NPR Science Correspondent

Rep. Joe Schwarz, Republican from Michigan who supports embryonic stem cell research

Rep. Bart Stupak, Democrat from Michigan who opposes embryonic stem cell research