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A board’s failure to adhere to a statutory deadline could not be used to invalidate a discipline decision A Connecticut court ruled September 18. The statute directing the state’s medical board to produce a decision within 120 days of notifying a licensee of a discipline hearing was “directory” only, the court said
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