Senate to Consider Limiting Class Action Lawsuits President Bush has advocated limiting lawsuits for years, and he promoted the idea in his State of the Union Address. Next week, the Republican-controlled Senate is expected to consider limiting class action lawsuits. The measure has already passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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Senate to Consider Limiting Class Action Lawsuits

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Senate to Consider Limiting Class Action Lawsuits

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Senate to Consider Limiting Class Action Lawsuits

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President Bush has advocated limiting lawsuits for years, and he promoted the idea in his State of the Union Address. Next week, the Republican-controlled Senate is expected to consider limiting class action lawsuits. The measure has already passed the Senate Judiciary Committee.