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CHIROPRACTIC LEGISLATION

CHIROPRACTIC LEGISLATION To the Editor: —Recently several of my friends at the University of Minnesota Medical School have written me concerning a release dated April 5, 1951, which was issued by the Washington Office of the American Medical Association and entitled Bulletin No. 13-82nd Congress. This release contained an item about the bill S. 1235 which I introduced on March 30 for Senator Magnuson. I have already written to your Washington office about this release but wanted you to have this word of explanation also. I want it quite clear that I am not sponsoring this legislation. This is a bill sponsored by and written by Senator Magnuson. It is a matter of common courtesy in the Senate that when one of our colleagues is out of the city on an extended visit bills will be introduced in his behalf by other Senators. Senator Magnuson is now in Japan. His office asked http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

CHIROPRACTIC LEGISLATION

JAMA , Volume 146 (3) – May 19, 1951

CHIROPRACTIC LEGISLATION

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To the Editor:
—Recently several of my friends at the University of Minnesota Medical School have written me concerning a release dated April 5, 1951, which was issued by the Washington Office of the American Medical Association and entitled Bulletin No. 13-82nd Congress. This release contained an item about the bill S. 1235 which I introduced on March 30 for Senator Magnuson. I have already written to your Washington office about this release but wanted you to have this word of...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1951 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1951.03670030058026
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Abstract

To the Editor: —Recently several of my friends at the University of Minnesota Medical School have written me concerning a release dated April 5, 1951, which was issued by the Washington Office of the American Medical Association and entitled Bulletin No. 13-82nd Congress. This release contained an item about the bill S. 1235 which I introduced on March 30 for Senator Magnuson. I have already written to your Washington office about this release but wanted you to have this word of explanation also. I want it quite clear that I am not sponsoring this legislation. This is a bill sponsored by and written by Senator Magnuson. It is a matter of common courtesy in the Senate that when one of our colleagues is out of the city on an extended visit bills will be introduced in his behalf by other Senators. Senator Magnuson is now in Japan. His office asked

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 19, 1951

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