A $2 million verdict must be molded down to conform with the state’s$250,000 statutory cap on state agency and municipal government liability, the stateSupreme Court has ruled.

In a one-paragraph per curiam order, the court reconsidered itsFebruary decision not to hear Grant v. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority,granted allocatur and immediately remanded the case to the common pleas court “forapplication of the statutory damage cap.”

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