N.J.'s Corzine Signs Off On $450M Stem Cell GO Referendum

Kaske, Michelle
July 2007
Bond Buyer;7/27/2007, Vol. 361 Issue 32680, p5
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The article reports that Governor Jon Corzine has approved to dispose New Jersey's $450 million of general obligation bonds to finance stem cell research. The stem cell research, accordingly, is an initiative that will bring the state's total stem-cell bonding capacity to $720 million. Once the sell is completed, its proceeds will be given to the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology, who will then allocate the fund to several higher education institutions and biomedical laboratories.


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