My state is now resurrecting a failed bill that promoted funding all stem cell research. Seems they’re all teary-eyed that our "golden-girl", Republican Governor-by-default (as pro-abortion as the one who resigned last summer in disgrace over corruption charges to which he just plead guilty) just successfully recovered from a mastectomy. I think the General Assembly could be letting their emotions get the better of them.
So here’s my letter to all 187 of them, plus the pro-abortion Lt. Governor and Attorney General. And the local paper.
To all members of the Connecticut General Assembly:
U.S. venture capital (VC) “exceed[ed] 2003’s total of $18.7 billion” in 2004, according to the MoneyTree Survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers and National Venture Capital Association. The Life Sciences sector’s total was about $5.4 billion.
Embryonic stem cell researchers didn’t personally get a cent, yet the VC chipped in to help influence the California government (and quite possibly the New Jersey one as well) to pony up.
Did the Connecticut General Assembly ever ask why?
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