Tuesday, May 9, 2006
Rather remarkably, yesterday's failed cloture vote on the medical malpractice bills in the Senate got only a wire story (online only, I believe) in the Washington Post. Dana Milbank does have an op-ed piece poking a little fun at the repetitiveness of the speeches over the past five years and noting that states have adopted a number of reforms in the same period.
The Times has a non-wire story with more about the politics involved and the complete lack of surprise at the outcome.
(In non-legislative news, I've posted my final from my evening Torts class. Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel might enjoy it. Or they might grumble at the things that don't match up with the show's canon.)