The state’s largest group of plaintiffs’ lawyers is pushing toresuscitate a bipartisan bill that would allow patients to sue healthmaintenance organizations for medical malpractice.

The action comes just as the House of Representatives has approvedbipartisan legislation that would end the current federal pre-emption ofsuits against HMOs for wrongfully delaying or denying health carebenefits.

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