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November 02, 2004

CNN's ballot measures page...

...allows the visitor to follow results for twenty questions on this year's state ballots. Unfortunately, the twenty presently listed do not include any of the various lawsuit reform measures -- not even Florida's, the passage of which is going to count as reasonably big news in the worlds of both law and medicine. No wonder we turn to liveblogging....

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