Medical Legislation in Colorado

MRS. FRANCES MACK MANN, C.S.B., of Denvel, Colorado, writes us that the Medical Bill brought before the legislature of that state failed to pass. Mrs. Mann says: "This result has been gained by quietly presenting to the individual legislator the fact that should the Bill pass it would be an injustice to several thousand of the best citizens of the state."

The legislature of the great and progressive State of Colorado—that state of almost limitless resources and magnificent scenery—are to be congratulated upon the spirit of liberality, justice, and good sense prevailing in its legislative councils.

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The Lecture at Washington, D.C.
April 11, 1901
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