Action delayed on Colorado bill to raise limits for malpractice suits
Denver Post, March 13, 2008
A Colorado House committee has delayed action a bill that would increase the amount juries can award in some medical malpractice suits after doctors warned it could force them to stop practicing and increase healthcare costs. The state's largest medical malpractice insurer and many doctors opposed the bill, and flooded lawmakers with calls and e-mails before the delay was announced.
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