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September 27, 2004

West Virginia lawsuit reform

Citizens for a Sound Economy (which is merging with Empower America to form the new FreedomWorks) has been scrutinizing West Virginia's legal climate recently, in publications like this, this, this, this, this, this and this. The group assembles its work on litigation reform on a single handy page.

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