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Georgia State Senate Committee Rejects Gov. Perdue's Biotech-Tort Shield Proposal

The Georgia state Senate Economic Development Committee has dealt a blow to Gov. Sonny Perdue's proposal to shield drug and medical device manufacturers from product liability claims filed under the state's tort laws. [BRN, Feb. 2]

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