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October 04, 2004

Lawsuit reform edu-tainment

A group sponsoring the election efforts of a Republican running for the Illinois House offers a Flash arcade game tangentially related to medical malpractice reform. It won't replace Grand Theft Auto among the nation's youth, but has succeeded in distracting a number of people into spending enough time to push pro- and anti-Bush and Kerry messages onto the high scores list (via Kotaku).

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