Through the hard work of leading scientists at university labs, states have managed to amass millions of dollars in royalties from patents in biotechnology, software and numerous other fields. So have private laboratories that do their own ground-breaking work in those areas.
But states are trying to use the Constitution to provide unencumbered access to patented technologies developed by private corporations or individuals.
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