Is it political grandstanding by Republican senators? Is it an effort to make Senate Democrats look bad? Is it a shot at genuine and fair “reform,” or is it “Let the consumer be damned?”

Like the proverbial phoenix rising from the ashes, medical malpractice liability legislation soon will be on the Senate floor. And the answer to each of the questions above is yes and no.

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