Meeting Public Comments

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A bill for an act relating to tort liability, including employer liability and noneconomic damages in civil actions involving commercial motor vehicles, and punitive or exemplary damages in civil actions generally.(See SF 228.)
Subcommittee members: Bousselot-CH, Boulton, Zaun
Date: Thursday, February 2, 2023
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location: Room 217 Conference Room
Comments Submitted:
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Lindsay Maher []
Why does this fall into the role of government? If limiting employers to not mandating vaccines was overregulation or interference with private businesses why isnt this? Tort Reform is nothing more than bailouts to corporations for the liabilities they should be responsible for. This is not small government, this is not conserving the constitution, it is private/public partnerships that hinder the free market and the justice due to victims.