Aldermen Urge Laws to Halt Abuses by Ambulance Firms

Aldermen Urge Laws to Halt Abuses by Ambulance Firms

by: | publication date: June 9, 1970 | Publication: The Chicago Tribune | pages: 2

The president pro-tem of the city council issued a scathing attack against abuses by the city's private ambulance companies yesterday and called for legislation that would permit the "prosecution and license revocation" of offenders. 

Supplemental article to the Tribune's series of reports on Chicago's private ambulance firms. This article is the first of many that reports on the action taken as a result of the series.

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