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August 20, 2004

Ohio asbestos-silica law

The Wall Street Journal has an editorial this morning ($ - sub) praising the landmark legislation enacted in Ohio earlier this year which applies medical criteria to asbestos and silica claimants (see Overlawyered, Jun. 6). For more on the legislation, check out this paper (PDF) recently published by the Washington Legal Foundation.

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