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Critics of Proposition 71 Welcome Reform ProposalCenter for Genetics and Society, Pro-Choice Alliance for Responsible Research support proposal by Sens. Ortiz and RunnerMarch 16th, 2005
Quick end sought on stem cell lawsuitsby Laura MecoySacramento BeeMarch 15th, 2005"California's new stem cell research program can't sell bonds or issue grants until two lawsuits challenging its constitutionality are resolved, the state attorney general told the California Supreme Court on Monday."
Editorial: Stay alert if you want to bask in the sunshineSacramento BeeMarch 15th, 2005The "trend toward quasi-public control of state tax dollars and resources is disturbing. Sadly, it received a huge boost last year when voters approved Proposition 71."
Cloning Sparks Concern Over Egg Donorsby Paul EliasAssociated PressMarch 10th, 2005"Of all the questions about California's ambitious plans to publicly finance human cloning projects for medical research, one of the thorniest may be how scientists plan to gather the thousands of eggs they'll need from women."
Stem cell institute leader in the hot seatby Terri SomersSan Diego Union-TribuneMarch 10th, 2005In a join committee hearing chaired by State Sen. Deborah Ortiz, legislators "cordially" grilled interim CIRM president Zach Hall over a range of issues, including closed meetings, conflicts of interests, and intellectual property.
Testimony on Stem Cell Research Oversight to California State Senate Oversight Hearing on the Implementation of Proposition 71, the Stem Cell Research and Cures Act by Marcy Darnovsky, PhD, Associate Director, Center for Genetics and SocietyMarch 9th, 2005
Testimony of Charles Halpern, Public Interest Attorney and Member, Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of SciencesOversight Hearing on the Implementation of Proposition 71, the Stem Cell Research and Cures Act Joint Hearing of the California Senate Subcommittee on Stem Cell Research Oversight, Senate Health Committee, and Assembly Health Committeeby Charles HalpernTestimony to California Senate SubcommitteeMarch 9th, 2005
Editorial: State ScienceWashington PostMarch 8th, 2005"There is a risk, in Maryland as in California, that the [state stem cell programs] could be hijacked by a small group of insiders whose main interest is funding their own research."
Unregulated Stem Cell Research May Put Women's Health At RiskPro-Choice Groups Will Raise Concerns about an Expanding Market for Women's Eggs at March 9 Senate-Assembly Committee HearingMarch 7th, 2005
Editorial: Cell breakSacramento BeeMarch 6th, 2005"Robert Klein II, the self-appointed czar of California's quasi-public, $3 billion stem cell research program, is facing serious challenges these days.... [ The program] must be committed to sound science, public deliberation and complete transparency."
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