Debbie Elliott Reports On The Failure Of The Alabama Legislature To Deal

with the issue of tort reform. Spurred by negative reaction over the state's high punitive damage awards, the governor wanted a cap of $750,000 in some cases. The business community wanted a smaller cap for all cases.

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