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April 2, 1955

ORGANIZATION SECTION

JAMA. 1955;157(14):1221. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02950310047013
Abstract

FEDERAL MEDICAL LEGISLATION 

Sixth Installment, First Session, 84th Congress Narcotic Traffic  Congressman Thornberry (D., Texas), in H. R. 87, would authorize the appointment by the Speaker of the House of a committee of five members of the House that would be "authorized and directed to conduct a full and complete investigation and study of the problems involved in controlling illicit traffic in narcotic drugs, and marihuana, and combating the increasing narcotic addiction in the United States." Hearings could be held inside and outside of the United States. Subpoenas would be authorized and the committee directed to report to the House "during the present Congress the results of its investigation and study, together with such recommendations as it deems advisable." This bill was referred to the Committee on Rules.

Reinsurance  Congressman Wolverton (R., N. J.), in H. R. 2533, has introduced a measure essentially similar to H. R. 8356 in the

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