Future of Medical Liability Reform and Supreme Court ElectionWednesday, October 03, 2012
In the upcoming election, Ohio voters will decide three of the seven justices on the Supreme Court of Ohio, which will have a critical impact on Ohio’s medical liability climate and its future. Depending on the outcome of the Supreme Court elections, medical liability reforms could be in jeopardy.
Please consider supporting the election efforts of OSMA Political Action Committee (OSMAPAC)-endorsed candidates, Justice Robert Cupp, Justice Terrence O’Donnell and Judge Sharon Kennedy. To help spread the word, the OSMAPAC has made mock prescription pads and posters available to OSMA members free of charge. Please click here to order your materials.
And finally, the most important thing you can do to is vote. Early voting began on Oct. 2 and the deadline to register to vote is Oct. 9. Be sure to educate your friends, family, co-workers, customers, suppliers, etc of the importance of these races. Please click here to find out more about early voting and Election Day in your area.
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