Perdue signs order to facilitate nonembryonic stem-cell research The full story here.

One could say that it’s the “season” for the idea of life, especially on Sunday for many. There was another – step – on the road to understanding how to save and maintain the quality of life signed by our Governor.

“…Legislation encouraging stem-cell research in Georgia died on the last night of this year’s General Assembly session, the victim of a filibuster on an unrelated measure that ran out the clock. With passing a bill now no longer an option, Gov. Sonny Perdue did the next best thing Friday, signing an executive order creating a state commission to develop a network to collect and store donations of umbilical cord blood and other byproducts of childbirth that are rich in stem cells…”

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