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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Future of asbestos bill looks iffy

With all the fun and games in Washington over the immigration bill, it doesn't look good for the asbestos trust fund comeback. Specter and Leahy are trying to amend the bill to lower the contributions of the smaller companies but the darn uncertainty over the viability of the fund still seems to be the sticking point. Which just goes to show, you can't fix a fundamentally flawed bill by tweaking around the edges.

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