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- Board hid investigators’ actual caseload with fake data for Auditor
- Montana Supreme Court strikes down restriction on advanced practice nurses providing abortions
- Court revokes license of nurse who neglected vulnerable patient
- New Hampshire Supreme Court rules that grandfathered training school required to submit to board audit
- Eighth Circuit upholds dismissal of case challenging enforcement of confidentiality of medical records
- Reversal of license revocation overturned for lack of deference to board’s decision
A law school graduate, appealing the rejection of his application to take the Georgia bar exam due to questions about his character and fitness, argued that his untreated sleep apnea had affected his memory and attention in a way that should excuse his lapses in honestly answering questions on the application. But in an August 27 ruling, the Supreme Court of Georgia found that the state Board of Bar Examiners was justified in refusing to issue a certificate of fitness for the candidate.
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