From the Salt Lake Tribune: "White House tilts field in favor of industry"--
One little-noticed step at a time, bureaucrats in the Bush administration since 2005 have adopted dozens of rules that limit the lawsuits Americans can file against corporations over the faulty products they produce.
President Bush has campaigned for lawsuit reform since his days as Texas governor. As president, he has made little headway on the issue in Congress. He's been thwarted by Democrats every time he's tried to tackle the issue head-on.
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