California board knew of nurses' criminal records but took years to act
A review of the California Bureau of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians has found many cases in which regulators acted belatedly or not at all, even when explicitly told that nurses had committed serious crimes. Some were handed renewals after reporting their own felonies to the bureau.
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