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November 09, 2004

Bush Calls for Tort Reform, Urges Cooperation With Democrats in Radio Address

President Bush on Saturday in his weekly radio address promised to work with Democrats on domestic issues such as medical liability reform, an issue the president highlighted in his re-election campaign, the AP/Albany Times Union reports. Bush said, "We must confront the junk and frivolous lawsuits that are driving up the cost of health care and hurting doctors and patients." He added, "Americans are expecting bipartisan efforts and results. Read the full story

Posted by Tom Troceen