President Bush promised a veto, and that is just what he did.
After the Senate passed a bill that multiplied taxpayer funding for human embryonic stem cell research, the President was quick to take action.
The Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act was a direct challenge to President Bush's policy on embryonic stem cells, set in August 2001, which provides no federal funding for further destruction of human embryos for this type of research. It passed on Tuesday; President Bush vetoed it on Wednesday.
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