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A trial court did not abuse its discretion in finding that a registered nurse failed to prove that she would suffer an unusual hardship if the nursing board's order was not suspended, the Court of Appeals of Ohio, Tenth District, held September 29 (Prince-Paul v Ohio Bd. of Nursing).
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