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Secrecy shrouds taxpayer-supported research [New Jersey]North Jersey Media GroupJune 19th, 2005Public and private interests are blurring in New Jersey's publicly funded stem cell research, but there is little transparency.
Vote not likely on stem cell policiesby Kevin YamamuraSacramento BeeJune 16th, 2005The California Senate will request that state's stem cell research program strengthen its rules, instead of passing a constitutional amendement.
Rell Signs Law Establishing Stem Cell Research Fund [Connecticut]NBC 30June 15th, 2005"Gov. M. Jodi Rell Wednesday signed into law an act permitting stem cell research and banning the cloning of human beings, which establishes a 10-year, $100 million fund to encourage stem cell research in Connecticut."
New obstacle for stem cell bondsby Laura MecoySacramento BeeJune 14th, 2005A seconf lawsuit files by anti-abortion activists, based on embryo rights, threatens to further delay the sale of bonds to fund stem cell research in California.
Editorial: Stem-cell sunshineSan Francisco ChronicleJune 13th, 2005The Chronicle's editorial page - which endorsed Proposition 71 - support's Sen. Deborah Ortiz's reform package for California's stem cell research institute.
Editorial: Maintain the pressureSacramento BeeJune 8th, 2005"California's Senate now has the choice of killing or saving a measure to provide some accountability over the state's $3 billion stem cell research institute."
State's stem cell board opposes proposal for increased oversightby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleJune 7th, 2005"Directors of the California Proposition 71 stem cell program met with state lawmakers Monday in hopes of scuttling a proposal to put stem cells back in front of the California electorate as soon as November ..."
Stem cell issues near a boilby Laura MecoySacramento BeeJune 6th, 2005Laura Mecoy summarizes the challanges and issues facing California's new stem cell program: a lawsuit filed by conservative opponents, a reform proposal in the Senate, and "a controversial new way to finance the agency until the legal battles are over."
Fast-moving cloning developments spark new worriesby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleMay 30th, 2005"Rapid advances in cloning technology have prompted new warnings of lax oversight in one of the most controversial -- and confusing -- realms of science."
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