President wvamerican proposes Interstate Fetal Tissue Prohibition Act
I have a question for the president
For the record this is off topic, and I'd like to affirm that my asking this is not a stance against the amendment in question, but, earlier in the year, you brought a court case challenging the Sixteenth Amendment's legality on the grounds of
Inconsistency's in amendment texts in the ratification process. Given the Second Amendment as passed by Congress has differences (even if slight), from the version ratified by the states and authenticated by Secretary of State Jefferson, why was this
Amendment not also brought up by the administration?
I oppose this bill because the donation of these types of tissue has a medical research purpose
What? What's the purpose of this bill? What nefarious acts does the author believe the fetal tissue is being used for? And what public benefit comes from passing this?
There's a "p" word for benefit, but something tells me that word isn't public.
*Cough* No *Cough*
This is completely off topic, but how about that Senator Cruz today calling the majority leader a liar???? If you havent watched his speech on the Senate floor, its worth the 19 minutes.
propose legislation!!! onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=EAA6A44C1BF636BE%21257
I just did. Thank you.
I have legislation on the docket, why was this proposed first? I have like four bills before this?
wvamerican, they will start being posted monday
@wv: I don't believe mine was posted yet. Mine involved insular territories.
it will be posted soon as well, sorry for the delay
@vc: no, I'm not worried about it at all.
Interstate Fetal Tissue Prohibition Act
Section 1. Effective immediately following the passage of this bill, the donation, sale, or transference of fetal or embryonic tissue across state lines is hereby prohibited.
Section 2. Punishment for violation of this law includes a fine of no less than $50,000 but no greater than $250,000 to be determined by Federal District Court of proper Jurisdication, with possible sentence of no less than six months in Federal
Medium Security Prison but no greater than eighteen months to be determined by the Jury and Federal District Judge.