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Californians: Stem cells important enough to go into debt for

Californians have approved putting their state into further debt to fund stem-cell research. In election-day polling, 59 percent of California voters approved Proposition 71, which will provide $3 billion in research grants over the next decade.

The proposition, which was endorsed by state Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in mid-October, establishes a California Institute for Regenerative M......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 11/03/04


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