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June 5, 1926


JAMA. 1926;86(23):1785-1786. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670490047030

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To the Editor:  —Following suggestions in The Journal of recent date, we have sent a letter to President Coolidge, the Committee on Ways and Means, the Committee on Finance of the U. S. Senate, the Secretary of the Treasury, Hon. William Williamson, Hon. W. H. McMaster, and Hon. Peter Norbeck protesting against S. 4085, which was introduced in Congress, April 24, at the instance of the Treasury Department. We have had a reply from our congressman, William Williamson, and from one of our senators, Peter Norbeck, in which they say that S. 4085 has not been called to their attention by protest before ours. They both assure us that they will look into the proposed questionable legislation. I am wondering whether you should not put forth further effort to stir physicians up in this matter.

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