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Re: CPT's March 1 Letter to Senator Kassebaum
On Sun, 3 Mar 1996, Robert Gellman wrote:
> To those on the Med-Privacy list who received a copy of the CPT letter to
> Senator Kassebaum, I just want to indicate that Jamie Love's use of my
> comments was done without my permission. I was incorrectly identified in
> his letter,
who are you then?
> my position on the legislation was mischaracterized,
Well, its my opinion.
> and the
> quote is out of context.
Not really. You have said time and time again, in the AHIMA meetings
and on this list, that you believe that consent is often obtained under
conditions where people don't have a real choice (coercion is present).
> No one should infer from the use of my comments that I support any of
> Jamie's proposals.
I never said you did, or did not.
> I consider the use of comments posted to this list for lobbying purposes
> without permission to be impolite at best.
This is a public discussion list which is largley focused on S.
1360. You make statements to this list to influence people about the
legislation. I do too. If you are not comofortable with being quoted at
all, without your permission, then don't post. (If the quote is unfair
or out of context, please set the record straight).
James Love / firstname.lastname@example.org / P.O. Box 19367, Washington, DC 20036
Voice: 202/387-8030; Fax 202/234-5176
Center for Study of Responsive Law
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