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A marked-up version: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/nation/documents/dojinterrogationmemo20020801.pdfAn easier-to-read version: http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/us_law/etn/gonzales/memos_dir/memo_20020801_JD_%20Gonz_.pdf
tangent #1: a common complaint of doctors is that medical decisions are increasingly out of their control and in the hands of insurance or other companies.also, the Feb 12th issue of Time has a short article about doctors dropping out of the profession..."So here is the cause of your doctor's pain in 2007. Behind him or her is a 15-year trend of diminishing fees that shows no signs of abating. Graduating med students aren't blind; they see established physicians with busy practices dropping out. Looking ahead they see more headaches--more controls and regulations, more scrutiny, more liability, less money."Tangent #2: why aren't we having this discussion with different details: lawyers and monopoly?