Cloning, Public Policy and the Constitution


Lowell Ben Krahn


VOL. XXI • Winter 2003 • NO. 2 (table of contents)

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21 John Marshall J. of Comp. & Info. Law 271


This comment analyzes the safety and implications of human cloning, including whether cloning is encompassed by the fundamental right to privacy. The article also addresses the legislative attempts at banning cloning, and urges the government to do so.

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Lowell Ben Krahn is a Juris Doctor/LL.M. Candidate in 2004. Education: University of Colorado at Denver, B.A. in History, with Distinction 2000. Ricks College, Associate in Arts and Sciences, 1998. This article is dedicated to my late grandmother, Dorothy Deseret Cummins Peterson, who taught me about unconditional love through her example. I also thank professors Mary S. Conroy and Charles Norton, without whose encouragement I may never have believed in myself enough to enroll in law school

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