Outcome 'A Bit Anti-Climactic'
High Court Spurns Challenge; Calif. Stem Cells Marching On
By Randall Osborne
Friday, May 18, 2007
To the surprise of very few, the state Supreme Court declined to take a look at the court ruling that cleared as legal the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), set up after voters in 2004 approved a $4 billion ballot measure for stem cell research known as Proposition 71, and the dispute apparently is dead. (BioWorld Today)
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