Difference between revisions of "United States"

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|Region                  = Northern America
 
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|Population              = 303,818,000
 
|Population              = 303,818,000
|UN Vote                 = No
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Latest revision as of 16:06, 22 April 2008

The United States

Contents

[edit] Key Laws and Policies

The United States has no federal laws or policies governing human genetic and reproductive technologies, although there are a number of such policies among the various states.

[edit] Foundational Values

The United States has no federal foundational values concerning human genetic and reproductive technologies.

[edit] Prohibited Practices

The United States has no federal prohibited practices within human genetic and reproductive technologies, although there are a number of such policies among the various states.

[edit] Permitted and Regulated Practices

The United States has no federal explicitly permitted or regulated practices within human genetic and reproductive technologies, although there are a number of such policies among the various states.

[edit] Regulatory Activities

The United States has no federal regulatory activities over human genetic and reproductive technologies.

[edit] Accountability and Governance

The United States has no federal accountability and governance over human genetic and reproductive technologies.

[edit] History

The United States has no federal history of laws, policies, or regulation of human genetic and reproductive technologies.