Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Reader's Write

The following email came in from John M. Simpson, stem cell project director of the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, regarding our "What's in a Name?" item.

"I liked your astute analysis of the naming rights issue.

"I agree that in a perfect world it wouldn’t happen, but given CIRM’s circumstances the institute probably needs the money.

"The ICOC will have to screen potential donors to make sure there are no outrageous or inappropriate contributions. That’s why the board is there.

"All the transactions must be completely transparent and organizations like the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights will continue to monitor ICOC activities to ensure no abuses occur."

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