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Old August 10th, 2004, 19:35
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Liability Is a Tax

[Kenneth Beer, M.D.] One issue that is hobbling the economy is the unseen tax placed on everything from manufacturing to health care. The tax I refer to is the liability cost in everything from workers' compensation to product liability to malpractice. These costs affect many goods and services used by Americans every day. With daily news stories reporting jobs moving abroad and a sluggish economic recovery, it would be appropriate to consider the cost to everyone (except a small group of attorneys who benefit from the crisis).

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