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October 01, 2004

Calendar: AEI on Tuesday

This coming Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 5 in Washington (2-4 p.m.), the American Enterprise Institute's Federalism Project will host a panel discussion on state-level tort reform. Speakers will include Ron Aldridge, Mississippi director of the National Federation of Independent Business; Hugh Rice Kelly, general counsel of Texans for Lawsuit Reform; Linda Woggon of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce; and Michelle White of the University of California–San Diego and the National Bureau of Economic Research. Update Oct. 4: Andrew Stephens from the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform will replace Ron Aldridge on the panel.

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