- U.S. senators file bipartisan bill to stop state seizure of student loan defaulters’ licenses
- Podcast of criminally convicted “Dr. Death” dramatizes flaws in physician regulation
- Ban on funeral home/cemetery joint operation upheld as pro-competitive licensing rule
- No exemption from licensing rules for small-sized business
- Nevada sunset panel recommends retaining 22 boards, eliminating only “dysfunctional” homeopathy board
An Arizona appeals court upheld the license revocation of a doctor accused of sexually abusing his patients, despite throwing out one of the bases of the board’s discipline—that the doctor failed to undergo a required psychosexual evaluation—as arbitrary and capricious under the particular circumstances of the case (Ogbonnaya v. Arizona Medical Board).
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