Paper: Anti-cloning legislation would damage research

The St. Cloud Times chimes in on the debate over the anti-cloning initiatives by the House and Senate, saying they'll damage the state's research potential -- and the economic benefits of it:

The measure ...  turns highly educated, well-compensated scientists into potential criminals if they pursue developing cutting-edge cellular medical treatments in Minnesota. ... Have no doubt. These researchers, their resources and, perhaps importantly, all the potential windfalls of any breakthroughs won’t happen in Minnesota if this bill passes.

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