Group Files Suit Against Arkansas Supreme Court Over Issue 4

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LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) – A committee opposing an amendment slated to be on the November ballot has filed a lawsuit against the Arkansas Supreme Court.

Fairness for Arkansans has petitioned the state’s highest court to remove Issue 4 from the ballot.

The measure would allow legislature to place a limit on economic damages awarded for medical injuries against health care companies, according to the documents.

The lawsuit claimed that contingency fees for attorneys in medical cases would also be limited if the proposal is approved.

To read the release from Fairness for Arkansans, click here.

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  • arnold fudpucker

    Tough call on what to do here. It only makes sense to limit the blood sucking lawyers fees. On the other hand you are leaving the decision to a group of liars that jacked up their length of term in office through smoke and mirrors techniques. plus a good majority of them are also blood sucking lawyers.
    Solution seems to be banning lawyers from political office and passing the restrictions.

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