In your issue of March 22, under the caption "Prayer v. Prophylaxis," in speaking of a bill which the District of Columbia Committee of the House of Representatives had before it in Washington the previous week in regard to eye prophylaxis at birth, the statement is made that "the bill carried a Senate amendment which was so full of religious implications that a sub-committee had to be appointed to deal with it.
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