By: Admin On: February 21, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

Salt Lake Tribune February 21, 2013 A bill that would limit who can be sued for medical malpractice cleared its first legislative hurdle on Thursday — with the blessing of attorneys who represent injured patients. Read more…

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By: Admin On: February 20, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

City Wire February 20, 2013 House State Agencies and Governmental Affairs Chairwoman Rep. Andrea Lea, R-Russellville, says consensus is forming for a proposed constitutional amendment on tort reform, and she sees other ideas gaining traction. In an interview on Talk Business Arkansas’ daily webcast/podcast, Lea said she is convinced...

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By: Admin On: February 19, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

Wisconsin Public Radio February 19, 2013 The first tort reform law proposed by Governor Scott Walker two years ago was billed as a way to improve the business climate in the state. But a new report by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism shows the law has made it...

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By: Admin On: February 19, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

PopTort payday loans no credit check guaranteed approvalsame day loan companies February 19, 2013 Under the leadership Governor Scott Walker and with the express assistance of that nasty gang-‘o-corporations, the American Legislative Exchange Council, the nursing home industry authored a bunch of provisions to make it difficult or impossible...

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By: Admin On: February 14, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

Legal Examiner February 14, 2013 Bad Credit Loans Not Payday Loans Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) has signed into law a tort reform package, known as The Patients First Reform Package that builds upon the state’s 1993 tort reform law. Read more…

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By: Admin On: February 10, 2013 In: News Comments: 0

Associated Press fast online cash loan February 10, 2013 Arkansas lawmakers are weighing competing ballot measures to address rulings that overturned parts of a 2003 tort reform law, including a proposal to give the Legislature the authority to write the rules and practices for the state’s courts. Read more…

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