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Wisconsin high court, again

For about the umpteenth time in the past year, it extends a hand to the plaintiff's bar at the expense of the coherence of the law: this time, by a 4-3 margin with the usual justices in the majority, it's stretching out the statute of limitations so as to allow a suit alleging that much-advanced theory, hypoxia-induced cerebral palsy, more than 11 years after a child's birth (via Red State Moron). More on the follies of the Wisconsin Supreme Court: Nov. 23, etc.



Isaac Gorodetski
Project Manager,
Center for Legal Policy at the
Manhattan Institute

Katherine Lazarski
Press Officer,
Manhattan Institute


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