Three Down

January 13th, 2007

The House passed a bill for stem cell research today, making it the third of six major targets the Democrats have planned for the “First 100 Hours” of the 110th Congress. However, unlike the first two measures, this one does not have a veto-proof majority in the House–and Bush has already vetoed such a bill before, the only veto in his six years as president so far. For something that could save lives and bring people back to health. Old news, but still emblematic, nonetheless.

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