More Architects Protest Stamping Stock Plans To the Editor: In response to John Wagner's response in the Letters section of the December '89 issue; the laws regulating the practice of architecture are not for protecting turf, as Mr. Wagner contends, but to protect the public from naïve "designers," draftsmen, builders, and, yes, a few architects, who are only out for the quick buck and who only look for the obvious problems and carelessly overlook the not so obvious. In short, the laws are there to maintain a level of quality. I, for one, question the judgment of any architect who would illegally seal or sign someone else's drawings and thus risk one's license to practice. The letters to the editor