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The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, in an April 10 ruling, overturned a decision by the state's nursing board to discipline a licensee for a conviction of disorderly conduct, disagreeing with the board that the crime—a misdemeanor—was of sufficient moral turpitude.
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