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December 14, 2004

Maryland med-mal

A couple weeks back, Walter noted a new study by our own Michael Krauss on medical malpractice liability in North Carolina, issued under the auspices of the John Locke Foundation. Last week, Michael issued another report on the topic, this time focusing on Maryland, for the Maryland Public Policy Institute. The findings were covered in Sunday's Washington Times.

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