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California Debates Whether to Become Stem Cell Heavyweightby Gretchen VogelScienceSeptember 10th, 2004"...some skeptics [of Proposition 71], including supporters of public funding for human ES cell research, say the plan is too expensive for a state facing multibillion-dollar budget deficits."
Benefits of Stem Cell Bond Issue in Questionby Michael HiltzikLos Angeles TimesAugust 23rd, 2004
LEGISLATIVE BEATGenetic CrossroadsApril 9th, 2004
Gods and Monstersby Mark DowieMother Jones (January/February 2004)December 31st, 2003Talking apes, flying pigs, superhumans with armadillo attributes, and other strange considerations of Dr. Stuart Newman's fight to patent a human/animal chimera
FEDERAL LEGISLATIONGenetic CrossroadsMay 9th, 2003
Averting the clone age [PDF]Prospects and perils of human developmental manipulationby Stuart NewmanJournal of Contemporary Health Law and PolicyNovember 30th, 2002
Ethical Concerns Block Patents of Useful Embryonic Advancesby  Antonio Regelado and Meera LouisThe Wall Street JournalAugust 20th, 2001
Greenpeace Prevents Patents on Pig-Human EmbryosGenetic CrossroadsOctober 16th, 2000
Scientists, Activists, and Biotech Execs Debate Human Genetic Modification at State of the World ForumGenetic CrossroadsOctober 16th, 2000
Scientists Attempt to Patent "Designer Sperm"ReutersApril 13th, 1994
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