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A federal court in Colorado issued a decision March 17 allowing a suit brought by a nurse against the state's nursing board to continue on the grounds that the stipulation order she signed was confusingly titled. The court said this fact raised the possibility that she signed the document under duress and that the board had violated her constitutional right to due process.
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