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February 09, 2010

Comments

Brian King

Trial lawyer contributions are nothing more than a drop in the bucket relative to what insurers and business interests contribute to lobby for tort reform.

Jill Smith

So how much money have Big Pharma spent on lobbying and donations, including those made by officers and employees of the pharmaceutical industry?

The same question should be asked of the tobacco industry, the petroleum and mining industry, and the other industries whose externalities are fobbed onto the general public.

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