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A Mississippi dentist whose license was suspended for six years after he continued practicing during a shorter suspension tried to argue that a projected loss of $1.2 million in income constituted an excessive fine. But while he won a partial appeal of his discipline in an appeals court ruling February 11, he did not get his license reinstated
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