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November 02, 2004

Wyoming Amendments C and D

The amendments would authorize the legislature to set limits on damages in medical liability. According to this AP tabulation, via the Casper Star Tribune, C is leading by a 60-40 margin and D by a 56-44 margin. Celebrity legal gunslinger Gerry Spence toured the state to denounce the measures, which may not have been enough.

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