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Board, because it had been separately established by the legislature, refused to submit them. The State Board then laid the matter before Attorney-General Cunneen, who was at the time in office, and he wrote an opinion deciding against Dr. Brannan's contention. Recently the present attorney-general prepared an opinion still more decided in favor of the State Board, and, as a result, Dr. Brannan has called on Corporation Counsel Delany for advice and support. The latter states that so manydoi:10.1056/nejm190605171542015 fatcat:cdnsnpdtzjedpcshxqxmkuy5ay