- Federal appeals court rejects hair braiders’ constitutionality challenge
- $368K in board’s licensing fees “stuffed in drawers and filing cabinets” and never deposited, auditor finds
- Deregulation efforts more likely in Republican states with fewer minorities
- Reciprocity does not require similar training programs, court finds
- “Mirroring” of discipline by another state “unduly harsh” and arbitrary
The Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia, in a May 19 decision, rejected the argument of a psychologist that, although he had engaged in unprofessional conduct by having a sexual relationship with a patient, his actions should be mitigated by the fact of what he claimed was a blackmail scheme by that patient against him.
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