- Abusers, burglars, and felons, now licensed Bounty Hunters – Seattle Times
- Discipline overturned over board’s reliance on inadmissible facts
- Veteran’s challenge of mental health questions on license application may proceed, court rules
- Court rejects sleep apnea excuse in weighing applicant’s character
- Court reverses discipline of licensee over vague, changing charges
In a December 1 memorandum opinion, the District Court of Virginia ruled in favor of a board's decision to sanction a chiropractor, holding that the board did not violate any antitrust laws (Petri v. Virginia board of Medicine).
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