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Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry said he has initiated talks with the legislature to see if an acceptable tort reform bill can be enacted following his veto Saturday of a measure supported by the insurance industry.

Gov. Henry said he hoped to see a replacement measure crafted by the end of the month before the legislature adjourns. In vetoing the legislation, he cited concerns that “several provisions of the bill were unconstitutional and unduly restricted Oklahomans’ ability to seek justice through the court system.”

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