Embryonic stem-cell ruling creates buzz in Missouri

Missouri seems to be a hotbed of activity in the area of embryonic stem-cell research these days.

So it's no wonder that a judge's recent ruling on federal funds for the research is causing a lot of buzz in this state.

Last month, Chief Judge Royce C. Lamberth placed a temporary halt on federal funding for embryonic stem-cell research. The Aug. 23 ruling stated that the Obama administration's new guidelines for funding embryonic stem-cell research violate federal law.

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