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On May 24 Senator Wagner introduced into the Senate of the United States the bill about which there have been so many conjectures and preliminary announcements during the last few months. The text contains 185 pages. The measure was referred to the Senate Committee on Finance, of which Senator George of Georgia is chairman. The measure was introduced into the House of Representatives by Representative Dingell of Michigan and is there known as H. R. 3293. In the House it was referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means, of which Representative Doughton of North Carolina is chairman. These are the committees to which the previous version was referred.
Elsewhere in this issue appears the first of a series of analyses of this measure, prepared by the Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation of the American Medical Association. The present analysis is confined to the section of the bill
THE WAGNER-MURRAY-DINGELL BILL (S. 1050 OF 1945). JAMA. 1945;128(5):364–365. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860220046014
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