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April 4th, 2012

Where is the Obama Administration’s Pledged Commitment to Medical Liability Reform?

John H. Cochrane’s Wall Street Journal piece, “What to Do on the Day After ObamaCare”, offers up a number of thoughtful, market-oriented health care reform alternatives that could quickly begin to reduce health care costs should the Supreme Court strike down current law. Glaringly omitted from Mr. Cochrane’s proposals, however, is any mention of meaningful medical tort reform. . . . → Read More: Where is the Obama Administration’s Pledged Commitment to Medical Liability Reform?

May 10th, 2011

ATRA Paper Makes Clear Case for Constitutionality of Federal Medical Liability Reform

With the House Energy and Commerce Committee poised to begin marking up H.R. 5, the “Help Efficient, Accessible, Low-Cost, Timely Healthcare (HEALTH) Act of 2011,” the American Tort Reform Association has issued a paper its president says “makes a clear case that the legislation passes constitutional muster” . . . → Read More: ATRA Paper Makes Clear Case for Constitutionality of Federal Medical Liability Reform