State Association of Chiropractors v. Anderson - Supreme Court of Kansas

State Association of Chiropractors v. Anderson

By Supreme Court of Kansas

  • Release Date: 1960-01-23
  • Genre: Law
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The opinion of the court was delivered by This is a declaratory judgment action by chiropractors
attacking the constitutional validity of the Basic Science Act
(G.S. 1957 Supp., 65-2112 to 65-2125) and the Healing Arts Act
(G.S. 1957 Supp., 65-2801 to 65-2890). The district court of
Shawnee County in which the action was filed sustained a demurrer
to the amended petition, and the chiropractors have appealed. The grounds upon which the amended petition was attacked by the
demurrer are:

"1. That said amended petition discloses upon its
face that plaintiffs have no legal capacity to sue in
that said amended petition discloses that said
plaintiffs have not been injured by the statutes
complained of.

"2. That said amended petition does not state facts
sufficient to constitute a cause of action."

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