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February 02, 2005

Why, Democrats?

Why, asks the Providence Journal's Froma Harrop, go to bat for something as essentially illiberal as the litigation industry? "Doctors in my community -- some [of] the most progressive people I know -- are tearing their hair out over exploding medical-malpractice premiums. They see the Democratic Party throwing them to the wolves."

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