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Florida’s Proposed Medical Marijuana Regulations

Florida’s Amendment 2, allowing marijuana use for certain medical purposes, passed on November 8th, 2016. While the law became effective […]

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Should Michigan Begin Licensing Certified Professional Midwives?

By Carly Van Thomme Michigan legislators are considering House Bill 4598 and Senate Bill 383, both of which would enact […]

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Introducing the Newly Established Bureau of Professional Licensing

By Robert A. Welch, Jr. In July 2015, the Bureau of Health Care Services was split in to two separate […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Voluntarily Surrender Your DEA Registration

By Ronald W. Chapman, II The story has been repeated thousands of times in recent history: An agent garbed in […]

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Can I Get My Nursing License With A Criminal History or Prior Conviction?

In Florida all health care workers are required to undergo a level 1 or level 2 criminal background screening through […]

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Termination for Failure To Meet Hospital Policies and Procedures May Lead to an Administrative Complaint

By Robert A. Welch, Jr. The Board of Nursing does not require any per se violations of the public health […]

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Michigan’s New Pharmacy Technician Licensure and Certification Act – Public Act 285

By Robert A. Welch, Jr. On December 22, 2014, 2014 P.A. 285, referred to as the Pharmacy Technician Licensure and […]

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Licensing Sanctions Against Michigan Allied Health Professionals in 2014

By Robert A. Welch, Jr. The University of California San Francisco recently published that the allied professions together represent over […]

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