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Debating the Merits of Class Action Lawsuits

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Debating the Merits of Class Action Lawsuits

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Debating the Merits of Class Action Lawsuits

Debating the Merits of Class Action Lawsuits

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Class action lawsuits allow average citizens to fight back against corporate wrongdoing. Or they allow unscrupulous lawyers to make millions while plaintiffs get a pittance. Join NPR's Lynn Neary and her guests to debate the merits of class action lawsuits.

Guests:

Deborah Hensler, Stanford law professor

David Baker, director, Community Against Pollution, in Anniston, Ala. Encouraged community to get involved in lawsuit against Monsanto.