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Chicago, April 26, 1897.
Dear Senator Granger:
—I have looked over the Osteopathy Bill, as introduced by you, and do not know what arguments were brought to bear upon you to father it, but the Bill is one which will be very unjust to the medical profession in this State, if allowed to pass; besides, it would make the State the dumping ground for quacks.Personally, I would be very pleased to hear that you will quietly pocket the bill, or do something to stop its passage.I am faithfully yours,Illinois Senate, Springfield, Ill.
Granger FK, Hamilton JB. The Osteopathy Bill. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(18):855. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440180041015
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