The study of the participatory budget aims to show that morally controversial biotechnological patent applications could be put to a public vote in a participatory and deliberative setting which would address the issue of deliberation and participation in a non-elitist and non-populist way. My reliance on participatory budgeting as a model for reform was done on the basis of the principles of public education, deliberation and participation embedded in the practice. This chapter offers a blueprint as to how the manner of decision-making and who gets to vote in the proposed inclusive regime can be addressed.