Schwarzenegger vows swifter action on problem nurses
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger swore in six new members of the state nursing board and vowed to "weed out the bad actors" among the ranks of California nurses. The governor abruptly replaced four members of the Board of Registered Nursing and filled two vacancies this week, after an investigation showed inordinate delays in disciplining wayward nurses.
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