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A court in North Carolina issued another ruling August 2 in the state's ongoing legal battle between its acupuncture and physical therapy boards, holding that a position statement posted by the North Carolina Board of Physical Therapy Examiners supporting the practice of needle insertion by its licensees was not a violation of the rulemaking process.
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