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The Nevada Supreme Court, in a September 10 decision, invalidated a law that prohibits courts from staying a decision of the state medical board while that decision is on appeal. The court held that the law unconstitutionally restricted the state’s courts (Tate v. State Board of Medical Examiners).
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