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April 13, 2007

California senate committee approves clone labeling measure

The California Senate Health Committee has approved SB63 (introduced by Carole Migden and blogged here) by a 6-4 vote with Democrats supporting the legislation and Republicans opposing it.

Migden isn't alone in addressing the issue. Assemblyman Ira Ruskin, D-Redwood City, has a similar bill in the lower house that is scheduled to be heard in the Assembly Health committee Tuesday.

State lawmakers in Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana and Washington are contemplating similar legislation, and separate bills also have been introduced in both houses of Congress

SF Chronicle article

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