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A doctor who had filed a recommendation for a greatly-unqualified applicant for licensure in the state—despite not knowing anything about the applicant’s practice history—could not be disciplined because the recommendation form itself was vague and invited arbitrary discipline, an Ohio appellate court ruled May 21
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