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Stem-cell support from Schwarzenegger could shake Wisconsin leadership

Wisconsins head start in stem-cell research could be challenged by the intervention of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

In opposition to the policies of the Bush administration, whose campaign he supports, Schwarzenegger announced on Monday that he will be giving his support to ......

Full article >>>">Robin Alta Charo, a professor of medical ethics at UW-Madison and a member of the universitys Bioethics Advisory Committee. The California initiative dwarfs anything before it ... it leaves Wisconsin at a significant disadvantage.

Wisconsins base and the potential to fall apart

Wisconsin has long had an advantage in the st......

Full article >>> in is still in no state to match the size of Proposition 71. I cant presume for a minute that the state government is prepared to give up $3 billion, said Jim Leonhart, executive vice president of the Wisconsin Biotechnology and Medical Device Association. In California, the state government is going to step up ... thats the challenge here.

Full article >>> uphill, Charo said. We dont have any mountains in Wisconsin, but were about to have a big one.

Les Chappell is a staff writer for WTN and can be contacted at

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