It has worked for legislation as diverse as the Patients' Bill of Rights, stronger clean air standards, a ban on assault weapons and ratification of the Chemical Weapons Convention.
What does PBR stand for?
PBR stands for Patients' Bill of Rights (congressional legislation)
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- Paper Bag Records (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The new administration had a modest health-care agenda-tweaking Medicare and doing its best to support a patients' bill of rights that wouldn't flood the courts with lawsuits.
The patients' bill of rights is an idea whose time has seemed to have come for several years, and only conflicts among the numerous proposals and 11 September have postponed the apparently inevitable.
No wonder the Patients' Bill of Rights has been dubbed "a lawyers' bill of delights"
It was an issue that registered with the public during the presidential campaign, and interest groups used the fact that a Patients' Bill of Rights became law in Texas under then governor George W.
Patients' Bill of Rights legislation actually gains support when a right to sue is dropped.
Members Unveil Patients' Bill of Rights With Federal Limits on court Damages, Daily Report for Executives, Bureau of National Affairs, Regulation, Law & Economics, Health Care, No.
The same thing happened with the patients' bill of rights.