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July 22, 2011


Iain Simpson

It's just astounding that this seems to be the only way certain of our leaders can imagine saving healthcare costs, and it's a short-sighted and likely ineffective solution, at that. Just because you limit malpractice suits and verdicts, that doesn't make malpractice go away. SOMEONE has to pay for it in the end.

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