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When the bird swooped down upon its prey, government lawyers asked an appeals court to suspend a lower court ruling that froze federally funded research on human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) last month.C. had agreed with two researchers who work on adult stem cells that the Obama Administration’s policy on hESC research likely violates the 14-year-old Dickey-Wicker law barring federal funds for research that harms embryos The surprise ruling forced the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to freeze grant payments and reviews for over 2 weeks and halt intramural hESC research before the appeals court granted a brief "administrative" stay on 9 September that allowed NIH to resume its work while the court considered a longer stay Today’s oral arguments took place in a courtroom a couple of blocks from the US Capitol origin of the controversial Dickey-Wicker law About 55 people (including attorneys) attended the hearing which lasted roughly 75 minutes—far longer than the 30 minutes officially allotted Appearing before the panel were Department of Justice attorney Beth Brinkmann representing the Department of Health and Human Services and NIH; and Thomas Hungar attorney for the two adult stem cell researchers who filed the original suit Part of the discussion centered on the alleged harm to NIH and researchers if the ban is put back in place Judge Thomas Griffith questioned Brinkmann’s claim of "irreparable harm" to NIH because $64 million in pending grants won’t go out and researchers may lose experiments and materials Griffith asked why researchers can’t simply restart their projects after the case is over in a few months Judge Brett Kavanaugh seemed skeptical of the government’s argument that the derivation of stem cells is separate from using hESCs Brinkmann noted that the lines used in NIH-funded hESC work were often derived years earlier sometimes in another country But Kavanaugh said he found it "odd" that NIH doesn’t fund research on derivation but does fund hESC work And Griffith seemed troubled by a scenario in which a scientist who derives hESC lines–an "extractor" he called this role—also receives federal funds to study the resulting lines The two activities seem "dangerously close" he said Only Judge Judith Rogers seemed sympathetic to the government’s argument that Congress has demonstrated its support for hESC research for example in a report accompanying a spending bill (Kavanaugh and Griffith were appointed during the George W Bush Administration and Rogers was appointed by then-President Bill Clinton) But if the hearing didn’t seem to be going the government’s way the judges later came down hard on Hungar the plaintiffs’ attorney Kavanaugh noted that Congress originally passed the Dickey-Wicker law with research on embryos in mind not hESCs He compared the situation to a law banning federally funded research on fetuses in vitro but not on aborted fetuses The text of Dickey-Wicker is not as clear as one might like he said And although Hungar claimed that NIH’s policy on hESCs has been "all over the map" Griffith noted that NIH has consistently made the distinction that it will not fund derivation work In response to questioning Hungar clarified another point: contrary to one of the plaintiffs’ briefs in his personal view he said the 2001 Bush policy allowing research on certain hESC lines also violates Dickey-Wicker All this left observers unclear on which way the panel may rule on the government’s request for a longer stay while the appeals court hears the appeal of the preliminary injunction Amy Comstock Rick an attorney and chief executive officer of the Parkinson’s Action Network in Washington DC, but they don’t go around with a quantity in their heads, Enter the Pama-Nyungan language family, you can bring your old headphones along with this one.510mAh battery with support for snap on battery mod.seems like Khiladi 786 has been blessed into becoming a blockbuster not just at the B. already employed by some countries such as Sweden, can be used to rapidly monitor industrial emissions and detect underground gas leaks.

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