Court Dismissal | World Magazine

End of an Era: Supreme Court Won’t Hear Stem Cell Case | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Supreme Court declines stem cell case

Justices refuse challenge to stem-cell policy | Cheryl Wetzstein at Washington Times

Supreme Court ruling allows stem-cell research to proceed

Case Dismissed: The high court allows President Obama’s expansion of embryonic stem cell research to stand | World Magazine

Supreme Court lets embryonic stem cell research go forward | NBC

Adult Stem Cell Researchers Represented by Jubilee Campaign’s Law of Life Project Express Great Disappointment that the U.S. Supreme Court Declined Today to Hear Their Case to Enjoin Destructive Human Embryo Research

Supreme Court Tosses Suit to Stop Obama Embryonic Research Funding

Needless, illegal taxpayer funding of embryonic stem cell research stands

Supreme Court refuses to hear embryonic stem cell research case

Sherley, We Can Find Common Ground | FRC

Taxpayers Still Paying To ‘destroy Human Life’

FRC Supports Alliance Defending Freedom, Jubilee Campaign Cert Petition To Supreme Court On Stem Cell Funding

Supreme Court appeal seeks to stem Obama admin.’s illegal research funding | Alliance Defending Freedom

Scientists Appeal to Stop Obama’s Embryonic Stem Cell Funding

Federal Court asked to acknowledge federal ban on unethical embryonic stem cell research

Lawsuit against stem cell funding dismissed

Lawsuit against stem cell funding dismissed

Judge dismisses lawsuit against funding embryonic stem-cell research

ADF not giving up on embryos

Stem Cells NIH welcomes dismissal of lawsuit that would stop funding of research

Judge Rejects Lawsuit That Would End Federal Funding of Embryonic Stem-Cell Research

Judge dismisses federal stem-cell funding lawsuit

Stem Cell Case Dismissal Permits Research to Continue

Embryonic Stem Cell: Government Funding Reaffirmed for Research

Fight to protect unborn to march forward: ‘Americans should not be forced to pay for experiments that destroy’

    World Net Daily: ADF said, “The judge explained that he believes his hands have been tied by an appellate court decision that reversed his August 2010 order to stop the funding in light of a federal law that prohibits it.” ADF Senior Counsel Steven H. Aden said Americans “should not be forced to pay for experiments that destroy human life, have produced no real-world treatments, and violate federal law.” “The district court’s injunction simply enforced that law, which makes sure Americans don’t pay any more precious taxpayer dollars for needless research made irrelevant by adult stem cell and other research,” he said. “The law is clear, and we intend to review all of our options for appeal of this decision. In these tough economic times, it makes no sense for the federal government to use taxpayer money for this illegal and unethical purpose.”


  • Posted: 07/29/2011
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Federal court backs Obama’s guidelines for stem-cell research

Court lets feds fund embryonic stem cell research

Judge dismisses challenge to stem cell funding

Judge upholds embryonic stem cell research funds

Stem cell research to continue getting federal funds

Judge Backs Obama Order on Stem Cells

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Stem-Cell Research Funding

Stem Court Ruling a Decisive Victory for NIH

Alliance Defense Fund may appeal embryonic stem cell funding ruling

Pro-Life Law Firm May Appeal Decision on Obama, ESCR Funding

Judge Allows Federal Funding of Embryonic Stem Cell Research

    Charisma: Alliance Defense Fund attorneys, together with Samuel B. Casey of the Jubilee Campaign’s Law of Life Project and Tom Hungar of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP, are weighing all appeal options. “Americans should not be forced to pay for experiments that destroy human life, have produced no real-world treatments and violate federal law,” said ADF Senior Counsel Steven H. Aden. “The district court’s injunction simply enforced that law, which makes sure Americans don’t pay any more precious taxpayer dollars for needless research made irrelevant by adult stem cell and other research. The law is clear, and we intend to review all of our options for appeal of this decision. In these tough economic times, it makes no sense for the federal government to use taxpayer money for this illegal and unethical purpose.”


  • Posted: 07/28/2011
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US judge rules decisively for federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research

    Nature News Blog: Today, Lamberth wrote: “While it may be true that by following the Court of Appeals’ conclusion as to the ambiguity of “research,” this Court has become a grudging partner in a bout of “linguistic jujitsu”, such is life for a [lower] court.” . . . Plaintiffs’ attorney Stephen Aden of the Washington, D.C.-based Alliance Defense Fund, portrayed Lamberth as having his “hands tied” by the court of appeals’ April decision. “Americans should not be forced to pay for experiments that destroy human life, have produced no real-world treatments, and violate federal law,” Aden said in a statement. “The law is clear, and we intend to review all of our options for appeal of this decision.”


  • Posted: 07/28/2011
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Judge Dismisses Suit Against Obama Embryonic Stem Cell Funding

Stem cell lawsuit tossed

Federal judge throws out stem cell funding challenge from White Coat Notes

U.S. judge upholds federal embryonic stem cell funds