Clinton Looks Ready To Cut A Deal On Product Liability Reform

American manufacturers' 20-year quest for product-liability reform looked like Beltway roadkill last year. Faced with a measure limiting the damages consumers could collect from makers of defective products, President Clinton put his foot on the veto pedal. And no one cheered louder than the trial lawyers who were big Bill backers.

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