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After a discipline decision issued against an engineering firm for unlicensed practice was rejected for a lack of specificity in its findings of fact, the Arkansas Contractors Licensing Board successfully remedied its errors on remand and was able to make its reimposed discipline stick, the Court of Appeals of Arkansas, Division Three, ruled May 29
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