Acting NJ. Governor Asks for Stem Cell Bonds in 1st State of the State Speech

Cataldo, Adam L.
January 2005
Bond Buyer;1/12/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32048, p6
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The article reports that New Jersey acting Governor Richard J. Codey has proposed to issue US$230 million of stem cell research bonds. Codey has also proposed to spend US$150 million to build the New Jersey Stem Cell Institute, and establishing a US$200 million housing trust fund for people with mental illness and other disabilities.


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