California’s bond-financed stem cell medical research agency awarded $271 million in grants Wednesday to construct stem cell research facilities.

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine was created through a 2004 ballot measure that authorized $3 billion of general obligation bonds to promote stem cell research.

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