Indiana's Attorney General, Arthur L. Gilliom, last week reiterated some specific cases to show why he is fighting for a state law allowing physicians to prescribe whiskey for medicinal purposes.
Case No. 1: "When three of my sons were at Death's door and our physician prescribed a pint of medicinal whiskey, I did what my father would do: I broke the law; I went out and obtained the liquor."
Case No. 2: "Governor Ed Jackson did the same thing when his wife was dangerously ill."
New York's Governor, Alfred Emanuel Smith, issued the...