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Reciprocal license suspension for drug use “arbitrary and capricious”

A Texas board's decision to enforce a suspension of a pharmacist's license in the state of North Carolina due to substance abuse was "arbitrary and capricious," the Court of Appeals in Texas agreed October 31. The ruling (Witcher v. Texas Board of Pharmacy) rejected the board's request for a rehearing on the matter and allows the pharmacist to continue practicing in Texas.

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