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October 30, 2004

In the WSJ

I've got an op-ed in yesterday's Wall Street Journal discussing ballot measures that voters will decide in six states next Tuesday on litigation reform. Readers of this site got an advance look at a few of the highlights in this post of mine last Monday. For more links on the subject, see my Overlawyered update.

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Published by the Manhattan Institute

The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.