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December 14, 2004

King/Drew lessons

Horror stories of medical errors have been emerging from a public hospital in south central Los Angeles, the Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, and trial lawyer advocate Jamie Court, writing in the L.A. Times, tries to put the blame on the state's MICRA damage limits. Doug Lorenz ("Perspectives on Liberty") slices and dices Court's argument.

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