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November 02, 2004

Big win in Nevada

Word from Nevada, via the Las Vegas Review-Journal's website, is that the doctor-sponsored Question Three is sailing to enactment by a 60-40 margin, while the lawyer-sponsored counter-initiatives, Questions Four (insurance rates) and Five (sneakily mislabeled a measure against frivolous suits) are going down to defeat, 36-64 and 38-62 respectively. About 270,000 votes have been counted.

Tonight is shaping up as one prolonged migraine for the litigation lobby, isn't it? (At least as regards ballot measures).

Posted by Walter Olson at 11:55 PM | TrackBack (0)




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