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A Kentucky appellate court ruled February 22 that a regulation requiring the state's medical board to issue substantially similar sanctions to licensees who have been disciplined in other states was invalid. The challenged rule, the court held, impermissibly restricted the discretionary authority of the board beyond the intention of the statute that the regulation implemented.
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