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Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert invent why they vote against the bone marrow bill
Reuters This is usually one of Congress’s most indisputable bills and a reapproval of the country’s bone marrow donor program, but it’s the predominant this week because it seems to be out of touch with reality. Two Republicans voted against the bill. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Lauren Boebert (R-CO) are two lonely opponents in a 415-2 vote on Thursday to help treat leukemia and other illnesses. Their opposition to the bill aimed at that seemed curious at best. In a 132-word statement provided to The Daily Beast, Green opposed the lack of transparency on government bonds, abortion, and spending (“zero transparency”). “Parliament doesn’t take long to fully read and understand the bills it passes,” Green wrote. But judging from previous statements from Green spokesman Nick Dier, it’s Green and her staff who are confused about the actual bill. “There is nothing in the bill that prevents taxpayers from funding aborted fetal tissue,” Dier wrote. “that is [National Institutes of Health] Use this bill to investigate the bodies of babies killed in utero. It is technically true that the bill does not have a positive wording that prevents it from “funding aborted fetal tissue,” but this also applies to almost all bill councils. Vote for. It also has little to do with the bill. The bill is actually a reapproval of two programs. The CW Bill Young Cell Transplant Program is named after a former Republican who helps match people in need of bone marrow and cord blood. , And the National Cord Blood Inventory Program. The program also provides funding for the collection and storage of cord blood and bone marrow. Both of these can be used to treat diseases such as cancer, anemia, and other disorders of the immune system. In previous versions of this bill, the bill does not fund much more controversial embryonic stem cell research in the GOP world, related to embryos fertilized in the laboratory. However, the bill concerns “adult stem cells,” especially collected stem cells. After the baby gives birth and is amputated from the umbilical cord. (The blood is then drawn or drained from the umbilical cord.) “America’s first caucuses” tied to Marjorie Green about the eerie Nazibist rhetoric “Anglo-Saxon tradition” that blood leads to cancer It has been successfully used thousands of times to treat illnesses up to osteoporosis, which is believed to save lives and is usually not a problem in anti-abortion groups. Sure, it was fine for the other 200 House Republicans who voted Thursday. Almost everyone considers themselves a “professional life.” A few years ago, 78-year-old Lazarus was diagnosed with his second form of blood cancer, “this, leukemia,” and believes he was transfused for saving him. “I can’t imagine the rationale,” Lazaro said of Green and Bobert’s negative vote. “There is no possible rationale other than being completely ignorant of what the process is,” Lazaro told The Daily Beast, “There is nothing morally challenging this procedure.” “It’s not worth the money to treat many blood disorders,” Green said in a statement. Vote NO to protect innocent lives, hard-earned taxes, and give America the highest priority. I’m always proud of it. ” “There should be no uncertainty about our taxes and the purchase of aborted baby body parts.” Again, the uncertainty was what Green seemed to create in her own mind. did. Her office staff told The Daily Beast Friday morning that Beaubert would publish in a public forum and refused to send a statement to individual reporters or her press list. No. “The bill added hundreds of millions of dollars to government bonds without receiving a CBO score or going through a committee process,” Boebert told CNN. Approving $ 31 million annually for the CW Bill Young Cell Transplant Program over the next five years and $ 23 million annually for the Umbilical Cord Blood Inventory Program for the same period, but the bill is not a spending measure. You will need an actual budget. When she drafted the explanation on Friday, Boebert seemed to have established a new standard of legislation she supported. “I won’t vote for a bill to add without going through the committee. Bobert tweeted Friday afternoon. Again, the bill doesn’t really spend money and avoids the committee’s markup in the House of Representatives. The bills submitted to are usually only the most controversial. Measures to help people fight cancer. A similar bill passed the House of Representatives last time in Congress 414-0, and the Senate passed the bill. But the bill did not reach the president’s desk because the House of Representatives approved a slightly different version. Bill sponsor Doris Matsui (D-CA) said daily. -In a statement to Beast, she said she was proud to see. Her bill was passed “overwhelmingly bipartisan-based.” She added that these federal programs offered “a second chance in life for more than 100,000 patients in need of a bone marrow transplant.” It’s a shame that for more than 30 years, some Republicans have put a partisan politics on helping people in need of patients with blood cancers and diseases, “she said. Sign up now! DailyBeast Membership: Beast Inside digs deeper into the stories that matter to you. learn more.