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Award limit in medical suits gets boost
Senate signals shift during 4-day session
Senate President Jim King said Monday the Senate is willing to consider limiting the
amount of money people can win in medical malpractice lawsuits, as lawmakers returned to
the capital under orders from Gov. Jeb Bush to address the rising cost of insurance for
doctors.

BY ERIKA BOLSTAD AND LESLEY CLARK / ebolstad@herald.com » BUSH'S PLAN ON MEDICAL SUITS





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Seminole casino complex expected to rock visitors
Imagine a 90-foot wall of water doubling as a movie screen, a casino bar dotted with
dozens of suspended plasma-screen TVs, and a main entrance that -- like Orlando-area
amusement parks -- gives visitors a spot for photo opportunities.

( BY JERRY BERRIOS, jberrios@herald.com, 06/17/2003 11:26 AM EDT)
Gun firm wants Grunow widow to pay legal fees
A gun distributor wants the widow of slain schoolteacher Barry Grunow to pay its defense
costs from last year's five-week trial. The Valor Corp. says it is entitled to recover its
legal costs because Pam Grunow lost her lawsuit accusing the Broward County company of
being responsible for her husband's death.

( By BILL DOUTHAT, Palm Beach Post, 06/17/2003 03:01 AM EDT)

Man lost in Everglades rescued after 15 hours
Ordeal left him confused, combative
(AP) -- A man riding four-wheelers with friends got separated and spent 15 hours in the
Florida Everglades before being rescued. Christopher Quier, a 24-year-old plumber from
Margate, had insect bites and sawgrass cuts and was dehydrated when a Broward County
Sheriff's Office rescue helicopter spotted him Sunday morning. Wearing a camouflage shirt,
he was about two miles from where his abandoned ATV had been found stuck in an alligator
hole, officials said.

( 06/17/2003 03:01 AM EDT)

Teacher accused of sex abuse resigns
(AP) -- A teacher accused of molesting at least five 8- and 9-year-old girls in his
second-grade classroom has resigned, school district officials said Monday.

( 06/17/2003 03:01 AM EDT)

Research attempts to save manatees
Underwater listening could be key
(AP) -- Researchers believe manatee voices could help them develop a visual warning system
that would reduce the number of sea cows killed and injured by boats.

( 06/17/2003 03:01 AM EDT)

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