U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, the junior Pennsylvania Republican seeking re-election this year, told a group of politically minded doctors Wednesday that he and fellow conservative members of Congress “are going to go to war in Washington, D.C., in about a month” in support of legislation aimed at creating a cap on non-economic damages.

Santorum also told the members of Politically Active Physicians Association who gathered at a Drexel University lecture hall Wednesday morning that the medical profession should worry less about lobbying, and more about actually voting in the legislators who will support tort reform bills.

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