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October 01, 2004

Featured discussion complete

Our featured discussion between Ron Chusid (Doctors for Kerry)(more) and Ted Frank (Point Of Law, Overlawyered) has now wrapped up. With all modesty, we think the exchange provides a treasure trove of arguments, information and links about the medical malpractice crisis and its role in the Presidential race. For a list of some of the sites that have cited or linked to the discussion, see last week's post.

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