As attention to vaccine liability heats up, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court are weighing whether to hear a case from Georgia in which the state high court has said vaccine makers could be held liable for a boy’s neurological problems.

In an unusual turn, the Georgia plaintiffs have dropped their suit for now, meaning that a similar case from Pennsylvania could be the vehicle by which the nation’s highest court decides the question.

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