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February 28, 2005

Welcome Business Insurance readers

Editor/columnist Paul Winston generously salutes our "excellent" recent coverage of the medical malpractice insurance issue, including Ted's semi-satirical column proposing a new insurance company run on ATLA principles, as well as my critique (first part/second) of the New York Times's coverage.

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