Pundits expect the US House of Representatives to get back to a bill endorsing broader federal funding of research using embryonic stem cells, according to this article from Scientific American. It could be voted on as early as tomorrow, with the Senate following shortly thereafter. While the bill is expected to be vetoed by President Bush, fans of the bill say they might just have enough supporters in Congress now to override that.
According to the article, "Iowa Democrat Tom Harkin told reporters: 'I predict it will pass overwhelmingly.'" Just don't get your hopes up, guys.