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November 30, 2004

N.C. med mal

North Carolina's John Locke Foundation has just published a 30-page paper (PDF) on medical malpractice reform by our own Prof. Michael Krauss. There's some Tarheel-specific content, but much of the paper will be of equal interest to reform-minded readers in other states. (via Robert S. Sargent, Jr. at Enter Stage Right). More on N.C. med mal from Jacob Montgomery at the ProCare blog (to whose readers, by the way, welcome).

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