When it comes to laws making it harder to sue over COVID-19 exposure, Texas lawmakers during this year’s legislative session will get the chance to join other states and the federal government.

Behind the scenes of the legislative session, a coalition of tort reform lobbyists and business associations are putting the final touches on a bill that would protect health care providers, many types of businesses, manufacturers and educational institutions from getting sued because of the ongoing pandemic.

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