There is the end of the lede:
When state Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D) travels outside Arizona, she hears the same question over and over: "What's wrong with your state?" She notes Arizona's new immigration law, its ban on ethnic studies classes and its prohibition on creating animal-human hybrids.What exactly is meant by animal-human hybrids? I would like to know a bit more before I condemned this law as being a thoughtless reaction to normal scientific research. This line from Wikipedia expresses my thought on the reporter's casual dismissal of what might be a set of serious ethical questions:
However, increasingly realizable projects using part-human, part-animal chimeras as living factories not only for biopharmaceutical production but also for producing cells or organs (see hybridomas) for xenotransplantation raise a host of ethical and safety issuesOverall, it seemed like sloppy journalism, and a little one-sided.
Regards — Cliff