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The 1973 North Carolina General Assembly session proved to be fruitful in passing much-needed health laws in the state. Major questions addressed were septic-tank regulation, abortion, immunization requirements, emergency medical services, and a study on East Carolina University's proposed medical school.
This year’s legislative session addressed issues of accessibility of care, systems utilization, agency organization, and program structure and content. Actions were taken to deal with septic-tank regulation, abortion, immunization requirements, and a number of other problems.