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February 28, 2005

New York Times, meet New York Times

From a report in Sunday's Times: "'There is a strong consensus among people who have really studied the issue that caps on damages would tend to keep costs down and make liability insurance more affordable for doctors,' Dr. Sage said [Dr. William M. Sage, a physician and a law professor at Columbia University]". Now they tell us! But not in time to save the gullible editorialists at papers like the Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune and the Berkshire Eagle (Mass.) from embarrassing themselves in reliance on the earlier Times report.

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