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Revocation for double-stacking human bodies valid under general ban on showing disrespect

An appellate court in Arizona, in an October ruling, upheld a decision by the state's funerary board to revoke the licenses of three crematory employees who improperly stacked human remains waiting for cremation and stored those remains outside of refrigeration units. The court held that, although no specific statute or rule prevents stacking, the board was within its authority to discipline the licensees for showing disrespect to human remains.

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