Malpractice bill emerges toothless from House

By Richard Haugh THE COLORADO STATESMAN For the second time in two years, it appears efforts to revise Colorado’s medical malpractice law have been thwarted. House Bill 1344, sponsored by Rep. Christine Scanlan, D-Dillon, and Sen. Betty Boyd, D-Lakewood, would have raised the cap on payments for pain and suffering in medical malpractice lawsuits to […]

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