I believe we should continue the policy already in place which bans fetal farming or harvesting. The Fetus Farming Prohibition Act of 2006 makes it illegal to "farm" or "harvest" organs from fetuses or to make use of their stem cells for other individuals. These fetuses are people and have beating hearts and nerve endings and we must respect them.
Although there is little known about the process, fetus farming should not be banned. Using fetal tissue for research could be extremely beneficial in our society. By using this process, we could learn to solve problems that occur during pregnancy in the womb, such as miscarriage. Fetus farming could potentially help to solve many childbirth and deformity problems.
The fact that it is even called fetus farming distracts from what the actual process is. This is used to develop medical treatments that will one day be able to cure a whole assortment of ailments. I cannot believe a ban was passed on it, especially since abortion is rightfully legal.
There is no evidence that fetus farming has ever happened. Why would we waste time and taxpayer money on something that someone thinks might happen in the future? Some are afraid that at some point in the future they'll take stem cells from fetal tissue for research and for some treatments, and maybe by then they won't also find ways to get stem cells other than from fetal tissues. It's all science fiction thinking about something that hasn't happened and probably won't.