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Oct 19, 2011


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Great reporting ... it re-awakens memories from the last session when Republicnas included cloning bans in non-related funding bills as well as HR 998 (sponsored by Cornish, Drazkowski, Gunther, Torkelson and many more) and SF 695 (Fischbach) and the reaction from the bio-tech industry that feared it would kill jobs and research.
So if Minnesota had enacted the cloning ban, not only would it have pushed companies to move jobs out of state, but more than likely caused the default on the state loans.

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