Last week, the Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments on whether that state's 2005 cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases violates the state constitution. The Springfield News-Leader has the details.
Meanwhile, at about the same time, a federal judge ruled that Texas's cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases is not an unconstitutional taking of private property. For more information go here and here.
Likewise, as reported here, that the Louisiana Supreme Court upheld statutory limits on medical liability damages awarded by juries.
(Thanks to the TortsProf blog for some of these links).