California Judge Upholds $3B Stem-Cell Bond Plan

Saskal, Rich
April 2006
Bond Buyer;4/25/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32367, p5
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The article reports that Superior Court Judge Bonnie Sabraw upheld Proposition 71, the 2004 ballot measure authorizing the bonds to finance medical stem-cell research and setting up an institute to administer the proceeds in Alameda County, California. The measure had been opposed with claims that it had violated the state constitution for allowing taxpayer funds to be spent by an organization.


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