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Med Mal Reform Battle Stalls

Insurance groups and the medical community are understandably disappointed, but should not be surprised that the White House and a narrow Republican majority in Congress have not been able to get the job done on medical malpractice reform.

Indeed, we had warned in an “Editorial Comment” back on Feb. 10 that passage was a long shot, despite the impact on the availability and cost of health care caused by soaring malpractice awards and insurance premiums.

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