Gov. Barbour's K Street Visitors

Stone, Peter H.
February 2004
National Journal;2/7/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p395
Highlights a meeting between Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour and U.S. Chamber of Commerce lobbyists Lisa Rickard and Stanton Anderson on February 2, 2004, to discuss the enactment of tort reform. Stand of Barbour on tort reform issues; Impact of a potential tort reform bill on trial lawyers.


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