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Election 2020: Proposition 14 Would Authorize $5.5 Billion for Stem Cell Research

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Back in 2004, California voters approved funds, and a new agency, to focus on stem cell research. Today, that pot of money is almost empty. Proposition 14 on the November ballot would authorize a $5.5 billion bond to continue to fund stem cell research in the state. We’ll get details on the proposition and hear from its proponents and detractors.

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Danielle Venton, reporter, KQED Science

Jeff Sheehy, board member, California Institute of Regenerative Medicine

Bob Klein, chairman, "YES on 14"


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