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‹ FEATURED DISCUSSION

September 16, 2004

Election 2004 Special; links down

By James R. Copland

We're excited to have a special Election 2004 featured discussion by hosting two contributors who are very well-versed in the topic of tort reform but come down on the opposite sides of the political fence. Dr. Ron Chusid, founder of Doctors for Kerry, and our own Ted Frank, a Bush supporter, will make the case for their respective candidates. Bookmark us here, so you can join the discussion as it develops!

Links down: Sept. 20 Chusid, Frank; Sept. 21 Chusid; Sept. 22 Frank, Chusid; Sept. 23 Frank 1, Frank 2; Sept. 24 Chusid, Frank, Chusid, Frank, Chusid; Sept. 27 Frank; Sept. 28 Chusid.

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