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Tech Industry Pushes Laws to Protect Homeland Security Contractors From Lawsuits
The companies making new homeland security devices, such as bomb detectors and biological weapon alarms, want the government to pick up the tab if their products fail and they are sued. In the midst of an aggressive lobbying blitz, they've found a key ally. Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., plans to have the provision attached to the Homeland Security authorization bill making its way through Congress.
July 11, 2002 at 12:00 AM
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By D. Ian Hopper |
Updated on July 11, 2002
The original version of this story was published on Law.Com
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