Oregon State Senate Bill 287

Despite the remarkable recovery and growth experienced by Western States in 1947, it came at a time when the chiropractic profession was under attack. In early 1947, Oregon State Senate Bill 287 was introduced to the legislature by a group of 20 chiropractors. If passed, the bill would severely restrict the practice of chiropractic, eliminating the practice of minor surgery, obstetrics and other aspects of the broad scope of chiropractic practice in Oregon.

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