Commentary: Malpractice damage caps not a cure for high healthcare costs
Capping malpractice damages is a healthcare reform idea that has swirled around Washington for years, but a Dallas Morning News columnist questions whether it would make healthcare less expensive in this article. The evidence doesn't show it, he says.
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