Editorial: Should California bear brunt of stem cell research costs?

09/24/2004 | NYTimes.com

All Americans stand to benefit if California voters approve a proposition to require $3 billion in state funding for stem cell research, according to a New York Times editorial. The dilemma is whether or not "Californians want to pay for medical advances that will benefit not just themselves but everyone else," the editorial says.

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