Legislative Study Commission on Venipuncture
Function: The legislative study commission was created to study and report on the utilization of venipuncture for diagnostic purposes in the practice of chiropractic and medicine. The commission was to report its findings to the legislature on October 1, 1984.
The commission shall consist of two members of the house of representatives appointed by the speaker of the house and two members of the senate appointed by the majority leader of the senate. There shall also be two doctors of chiropractic and two doctors of medicine, all appointed by their respective licensing boards.
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