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November 09, 2004

Wyoming referendum results split

Updating our election-night coverage: it now appears that one of the two medical liability proposals on the ballot in Wyoming, the one allowing the legislature to provide for medical review panels, narrowly passed rather than failing as it looked likely to do from earlier returns. The other one, which would have allowed the legislature to enact damage caps, failed by a narrow margin.

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