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A federal court in Alaska, while ultimately rejecting the claim of a rejected Social Security applicant that a judge inappropriately relied on medical evaluations by doctors who had been the subject of disciplinary actions, did acknowledge that disciplinary histories could be used when evaluating the weight to be accorded those opinions.
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