But this time, they’ll attempt to avoid a fight with infertile women, and with University of Georgia researchers engaged in a promising – and potentially lucrative – line of study.
H.B. 481, sponsored by state Rep. Jay Neal, R-LaFayette, is titled the “Ethical Treatment of Human Embryos Act” – as was its 2009 predecessor. Co-sponsors include state Rep. Donna Sheldon, R-Dacula, who is said to be considering a 2014 run for U.S. Rep. Paul Broun's congressional seat.
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