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February 13, 1904

THE PHYSICIAN IN POLITICS.

JAMA. 1904;XLII(7):471. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490520061013

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Abstract

Our brothers in the medical profession in Colorado are evidently alive to the needs of medical reform in that state and are equally wideawake as to the means of bringing it about. Beside a complete state organization in connection with the Committee on National Legislation of the American Medical Association, with representatives in every county, they have also organized a Colorado Medical Legislation League to secure "the improvement and enforcement of the medical laws of the State of Colorado." This body is non-sectarian, and aims to include all reputable legally qualified physicians who are interested in medical reform and who will devote some of their activities and influence to this end. It is proposed to confront each candidate for office with the question whether he favors or opposes medical reforms. In this way physicians can make their influence felt by politicians who will not dare to disregard the wishes of

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