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Efforts to Limit Business Liability in Mississippi

The Mississippi legislature has taken up legislation that would reform business liability law in the state. Lawmakers are reacting to accusations that Mississippi has become a magnet for liability litigation. Proponents of the legislation say reform would save businesses millions in court costs every year; opponents say it will only help rich corporations. NPR's David Molpus reports from Mississippi.

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