Class action bill gains traction in U.S. Senate


By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - A bill aimed at curbing class action lawsuits gained ground in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday as the leader of the Republican majority set debate for the week of Feb. 7 and the top Democrat said he thought the measure would pass. "My goal is to get a class action (bill) on that week of February the 7th," Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist told reporters. The bill, a long-time dream of the U.S. corporate community and favored by President ...

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