PISCATAWAY, NJ — New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine last week vowed to try a second time to promote the use of state money to fund stem-cell research, but stopped short of saying when that would happen, or whether that effort would take the form of another referendum.
 
“I intend to revisit this issue. We haven’t crossed that bridge yet,” Corzine said during a May 1 news conference held to trumpet the expansion of a California stem-cell research company into the Garden State.
 

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