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November 16, 2004

Specter and tort reform, part deux

Those who have read Mike DeBow's and Walter Olson's comments on this site know that the brewing controversy over Arlen Specter's likely appointment to head the Judiciary Committee concerns not only his treatment of judicial nominees but also his posture on tort reform. Alan Murray has an extended analysis in today's Wall Street Journal ($). Stephen Bainbridge has excerpts and commentary.

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