One of the things that both conservative and progressive bioethicists have agreed on is the merit of GINA ((the Genetic Non-discrimination Act). And there was great hope when it passed the House easily and may of us saw it as a potential solution to the injustice of genetic discrimination. So what's happening with the bill? Seems it has been stalled in the Senate, single-handedly by Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Oklahama). The scoop, according to Wired, is that Coburn is saying that it could place too much strain on businesses.
Where's the outrage on this?