Web Date: February 28, 2007
Court Upholds Stem Cell Initiative
The California stem cell program, established by a successful 2004 voter initiative, has been found to be constitutionally and legally sound by the state's First District Court of Appeal. The Feb. 26 decision upheld a lower court's ruling.
"Once again, the judiciary has upheld the constitutionality of California's innovative stem cell research program in its entirety, without equivocation, and with absolutely no room for further argument," said Robert N. Klein, chairman of the board . . .
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