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In mid-April, the New York State Senate approved legislation that, according to its sponsor, would bring down the cost of medical malpractice insurance if enacted.

Under the measure sponsored by Sen. John Flanagan, R-Northport, the level of primary medical malpractice coverage required of a physician or dentist to qualify for the New York Excess Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Coverage Program would be lowered by 6 percent.

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