With Corzine's OK, N.J. Wifi Study Stem Cells

Kaske, Michelle
December 2006
Bond Buyer;12/18/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32530, p1
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The article reports on the anticipation of New Jersey lawmakers and state officials for State Gov. Jon Corzine to approve a bill that would authorize up to $270 million of bonds for stem-cell and biomedical research. With the stroke of his pen, Corzine has the power to open an opportunity to state-funded research on the study of stem cells. Advocates of the stem-cell research believe that it could lead to the discovery for the treatment of diseases and conditions.


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