On November 4, Michigan voters approved a state constitution amendment lifting many of the restrictions on embryonic stem cell research. It was a major step forward for doctors and researchers. It allows Michigan to join the other 45 states that allow this exciting, new field of medical inquiry.
In the run-up to the election, the Taubman Institute joined many others at the University of Michigan in an effort to educate the public about stem cell research, so that voters could make an informed decision on this crucial issue. Full Article