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The U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, in a July 14 ruling, affirmed a lower court's holding that a physician alleging violations of his federal and state rights was afforded sufficient due process and any conduct carried out by the defendants was not governed by federal statutes (Felmlee v. State of Oklahoma).
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