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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."
Objections greet interim leader of stem cell projectby Terri SomersSan Diego Union-TribuneMarch 2nd, 2005"Zach W. Hall stepped into controversy yesterday when he was hired as the interim president of California's fledgling stem cell institute. Several watchdog groups questioned the $389,004 salary Hall will receive for the one-year job..."
Response to Lee-Halpern Petition at March 1, 2005 ICOC meetingMarch 1st, 2005
Californians Aware, Greenlining Institute, California Nurses Association, CalPIRG, and Redefining Progress Support Lee-Halpern Petition on Ethical Stem Cell ResearchPublic Interest Groups Call on California Stem Cell Institute to Adopt Reforms Requested in Petition by Former US Assistant Secretary for Health and Public Interest AttorneyFebruary 28th, 2005
Suits Filed to Stop Stem Cell Instituteby Paul EliasAssociated PressFebruary 23rd, 2005"Politically conservative public interest groups filed lawsuits Tuesday seeking to invalidate the $3 billion stem cell research funding institution California voters approved in November."
New criticism for stem cell program: Public health expert calls for more public oversight, lower salariesby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleFebruary 18th, 2005"Dr. Philip R. Lee, a consulting professor at Stanford University and former UCSF chancellor who [worked] for the Johnson and Clinton administrations, signed onto a legal petition to protest some of the early activities of the CIRM."
Pet Clones Spur Call For Limits[Quotes CGS's Richard Hayes]by Rick WeissWashington PostFebruary 17th, 2005Clone a cat, go to jail -- or at least pay a fine. That is the goal of animal welfare activists who announced yesterday that they are seeking state and federal restrictions on the small but growing pet-cloning industry.
Petition for rule-making filed with California's new stem cell agency by Philip Lee and Charles HalpernFormer US Assistant Secretary for Health and public interest attorney propose rules on conflict of interest, salaries, and open processesFebruary 16th, 2005
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