What passage of anti-cloning laws would mean to MN economically

Here’s a handout I got this morning at the biomedical roundtable at the U of M, which discussed what the state would lose if the legislature passed its anti-cloning bills.

  • Geoffrey

    These economic implications are in reference to the U of MN and do no reflect the much larger and more dangerous impact a ban will have on Minnesota businesses and to the state as well.

  • Anonymous

    Indeed. Mentioned that in the roundtable, but I should have put that here as well. The figures represent the loss of university-related jobs and money if the bills were to pass. Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    They have not been able to calculate (at least for me) the larger impact on the state. It’s assumed to be larger.