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Benefits of Stem Cell Bond Issue in Questionby Michael HiltzikLos Angeles TimesAugust 23rd, 2004
California Voters Divided in Support of Ballot Measure That Would Fund Stem Cell ResearchKaiser Daily Women's Health Policy ReportAugust 16th, 2004California voters are "almost evenly divided" on a ballot measure that would provide the state with nearly $3 billion in funding for human embryonic stem cell research, according to a Field Poll survey.
Governor In Tight Political Spot On Stem Cell ResearchAssociated PressAugust 5th, 2004California Gov. Schwarzenegger has said he supports stem-cell technology, but he is not expected to take a position on Proposition 71.
The latest frontier in stem cell debateby Vincent J. SchodolskiChicago TribuneAugust 1st, 2004California ballot issue seeks funds for research center; foes cite budget woes and unproven effectiveness, but advocates say it could be key to cures
Special Review: New Controversies over Stem Cells and CloningGenetic CrossroadsJuly 9th, 2004Controversy continues over research cloning and embryonic stem cell policy, generating higher political and financial stakes than ever before - along with continuing uncertainty, ambivalence, and confusion.
Long Road Ahead for Stem Cell Initiative Proposal to Finance Research Qualifies for State Ballotby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleJune 4th, 2004
Stem-cell Research's Creative Financing Federal Strictures Prompt Push for Private, State Fundsby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleMarch 15th, 2004
ICOC MembersThe CIRM's governing board, the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee
CGS's Concerns about the California Stem Cell Research ProgramThe Center for Genetics and Society supports the public funding of appropriately regulated human embryonic stem cell research. Together with other public-interest organizations, however, we have raised concerns about many aspects of Proposition 71 and about many shortcomings of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) since its inception in late 2004.
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Proposition 71 A SummaryThe California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is a state agency that was created by the passage of Proposition 71 in November 2004. The CIRM will distribute $3 billion of public money to fund stem cell research and build research facilities over the next ten years. The CIRM is mandated to prioritize funding for embryonic stem cell research and research cloning.
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