Some Georgia Republican lawmakers fear that last year’s landmark state tort law went too far in making it harder for plaintiffs to win malpractice suits against emergency-room doctors.

State Senate Bill 232, sponsored by six Republicans, would repeal the section of last year’s bill that said malpractice plaintiffs must prove with clear and convincing evidence that emergency-room doctors acted with “gross negligence.”

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