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No licensee “right to know” all details of investigation

A sanctioned physician did not have a right to board emails, phone records, and other information pertaining to his disciplinary proceeding, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled December 8. The court denied reconsideration of a sanctioned physician's request for access to the information under the state's Right-to-Know Law (Glunk v. Department of State).

A sanctioned physician did not have a right to board emails, phone records, and other information pertaining to his disciplinary proceeding, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled December 8. The court denied reconsideration of a sanctioned physician's request for access to the information under the state's Right-to-Know Law (Glunk v. Department of State).

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