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April 14, 2011


Beth Noble

Thanks for the post on this tragedy of a law that looks like it's going to pass the House this week here in NC. Watched the movie Hot Coffee on Friday at the Durham Film Festival which is fantastic, but it really highlighted for me how uneducated the public is when it comes to these issues. Ask anyone on the street what a "tort" is like they did in the movie and you'll get answers like: "it's a pastry, right?" or "isn't that the term for a government bail out?" (no, that's TARP) or "isn't it a type of bread you make a hoagie with?" How do we battle against the millions of dollars that big business puts into their propaganda to the public? How do we even educate the public on what a tort is? Bummed down South...

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