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Families of Illegal Aliens to Sue over Deaths in Arizona Desert

Yesterday's Washington Times reported that the families of eleven illegal aliens who died in the Arizona desert in May 2001 plan to sue the U.S. government over their deaths. According to the preliminary complaint, the government should have placed 60 gallon water coolers strategically in the 860,000 acre Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge.

It's situations like this that cause us to wonder if our elected representatives in Washington will ever attempt to enact tort reform.

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