Deep in the report released today by President Barack Obama’s debt commission is a proposed overhaul of medical malpractice liability.
The commission is advising Obama and Congress on a plan to cut the federal government’s debt, and the 59-page report by the commission’s leaders suggests the government could save about $2 billion a year with major changes to the liability system.
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