In Brief: Product liability bill
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Product liability bill: The Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act (HR 956) passes the House March 29 by a vote of 259-158, which represents the two-thirds margin supporters need to override President Clinton's threatened veto of the measure. On March 21, the bill cleared the Senate by a 59-40 vote, but did not meet the necessary override margin ("The Tan Sheet" March 25, p. 16)...
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