Embryonic stem cell research advocates are admitting that they are about 30 votes short in the House of being able to successfully override a likely second veto from President Bush.

“The November elections did not produce veto-proof congressional majorities in favor of expanded federal funding for research involving embryonic stem cells,” the American Medical Association admitted in an article in the latest issue of its publication.

Both House and Senate Democrats say they plan to pass another bill forcing taxpayers to fund embryonic stem cell research but they won’t have enough votes to overturn the veto.

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