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June 1st, 2006

May 24, 2006: CGS and the Pro-Choice Alliance for Responsible Research submit further comments on the draft final CIRM research standards.

April 28, 2006: CGS and the Pro-Choice Alliance for Responsible Research submit comments on the draft final CIRM research standards.

November 17, 2005: a group of pro-choice scholars and others filed an amicus brief in support of the lawsuits against the CIRM. The amicus brief cites 1) lack of exclusive state control; 2) impermissible conflicts of interest; 3) misrepresentations of research to be funded; and 4) misrepresentations on financial returns to California.

October 31, 2005: State Senator Deborah Ortiz chaired an informational session of the Senate and Assembly committees on health and the Senate Subcommittee on Stem Cell Research Oversight on "Options for Handling Intellectual Property Associated with Stem Cell Research Grants." CGS's Jesse Reynolds testified.

September 8, 2005: CGS and Charles Halpern each submitted letters to the ICOC before its meeting in Sacramento.

July 1, 2005: CGS submitted a letter to the research standards working group before its first meeting in San Francisco.

May 5 , 2005: Charles Halpern submitted a letter to the CIRM Finance Committee before its meeting in Sacramento.

April 20, 2005: CGS, the Pro-Choice Alliance for Responsible Research, and Charles Halpern submit letters to Sen. Deborah Ortiz endorsing her proposed legislative reforms.

March 9, 2005: State Senator Deborah Ortiz chaired an informational session of the Senate and Assembly committees on health and the Senate Subcommittee on Stem Cell Research Oversight on "Implementation of Proposition 71, the Stem Cell Research and Cures Act." CGS's Marcy Darnovsky testified.

newsletter February 16, 2005: Former US Secretary of Health Philip Lee and public interest attorney Charles Halpern submitted a petition to the ICOC calling for specific policies to be adopted.

February 2, 2005: CGS submitted a letter to the ICOC before its meeting in San Diego.

January 3, 2005: Charles Halpern submitted a letter to the ICOC before its meeting in Los Angeles.

December 14 and 15, 2004: Charles Halpern submitted letters to the ICOC and the Attorney General before the ICOC's meeting in San Francisco.

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