- Abusers, burglars, and felons, now licensed Bounty Hunters – Seattle Times
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A state board did not violate the due process rights of a prospective licensee whose application was repeatedly denied, the Intermediate Court of Appeals of Hawaii found in an August 31 ruling. (Lodi v. State of Hawaii Board of Medical Examiners).
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