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State courts not bound by federal court’s cap ruling

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision that Mississippi’s $1 million cap on noneconomic damages arising from civil litigation does not violate the state constitution’s separation of powers clause does not necessarily mean state courts have to abide by the ruling. The cap was considered the centerpiece of tort reform, with supporters saying it would […] [...]

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