The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 - 7
State house looks to
ban human cloning
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makers are pushing bills that would
make it illegal in Michigan to clone
But U.S. Rep. Vernon Ehlers, a for-
mer state senator from Grand Rapids,
said the issue really should be dealt
with at the federal level.
He has introduced two bills that he
hopes to have passed by April. The
first bans all human cloning in the
United States, while the other for-
bids research on human cloning and
bans federal money from being spent
"If the federal government doesn't
act, it's very useful for the states to act.
But it's better for the federal govern-
ment to deal with this issue simply
because otherwise someone can just
cross the state line," Ehlers said yester-
State Rep. Kirk Profit, (D-Ypsiltnti).
said he doesn't want to wait for the fed-
eral ban. lie hopes his bill, up for a
hearing before the House Health Policy
Committee on Jan. 20, will be in pace
banning human cloning in Michigan
much sooner than that.
Profit's legislation would create a
$10 million penalty for anyone who
clones or attempts to clone a human
being in Michigan.
House Health Policy Committee
Chair Joseph Pahimara, (D-
Wyandotte), also has introduced a bill
banning human cloning in Michigan.
He said he'll likely ask for a penalty of
$100 million to deter the creation of
"I don't think S10 million is enough.
How much would Michael Jordan be
worth if he was cloned? Hundreds of
millions, Palamara said.
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Singer agreed that Patrick's presence
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