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- Panel not required to prove that applicant intentionally lied about felony conviction
The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners (TBVME) has shrunk in number by a third, after a round of resignations. The departures, which include the president, vice president and secretary of the board, follow a report issued by the Texas Sunset Advisory Commission in which it is claimed the board struggles administratively, cannot ensure fair treatment of licensees, and has statutes and policies which don’t comply with common licensing standards.
Full story by Katie James via DVM360