Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Stem Cell Trial Recesses for Lunch

The following report on the California stem cell trial comes live from the Alameda County courtroom where the legal proceedings are underway. Your comments are or questions are welcome as the trial progresses this afternoon. .

The California stem cell trial has recessed for lunch until 1:30 p.m. Tamar Pachter, deputy attorney general, will continue questioning stem cell chairman Robert Klein this afternoon. In his most recent testimony, Klein said that Oversight Committee members bring valuable expertise and knowledge to CIRM as the result of their backgrounds, which the plaintiffs contend create insurmountable conflicts of interest. Pachter is attempting to show that CIRM operates within the framework of state government and is a constitutional agency.

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