It's simply a background attempt at denying scientific research from stem cells. This kind of hidden agenda in law is not new. Heck, we even had the SOPA attempt at censorship. This isn't very different, especially since it's worded at the "concerned".
We (the governmental and allegedly educated body) are scared that 1) human consumption, besides cannibals, can occur in everyday products (!!!) and 2) these products, although they may shed light on diseases that prevent our elderly from thinking their grandchildren are really children from the Jolly Green Giant and NOT a real relative, are also (or should be labeled) cannibalistic products.
It is the same tactic that gets people to abide by religious autonomy; be scared, you should be. Especially if you love Jeebus.
In fact, and at the risk of sounding absolutely callous, what's wrong with OK denying Stem Cell Research? Let them be left out, let them travel to L.A. or New York City after it's too late to ge the necessary treatment/testing. What's really wrong with letting "faith" give a somewhat victory to these people who support it?
Oh, that's right. THEY'RE LYING! Just like Jeebus told them not to. If they call out the medical research SPECIFICALLY, then the medical researchers come in and use their five-cent words and electrical-powered graphs and photos and all those faithful remain confused and run away like the sheep they are. So, let them disguise it. Let them say and influence their public with fear. It's what they're good at.
What I'd like to know is, how many OK residents know how many scientific and government-approved chemicals are in their Jimmy Dean roll they eat everyday. "Mmmmmm, need me my Jimmy Dean, woman! Y'all can pray after it's in muh belly!"