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Alternative health act scaled back after Maine nurses sound alarm

By Associated Press  
   May 14, 2019

A Maine bill designed to guarantee the right to practice alternative medicine has been changed after a nurses’ group raised concerns it could create a class of unlicensed health care workers with broad practice rights. The proposal is called the Right To Practice Complementary and Alternative Health Care Act, and it could come up for a vote before the Maine House by late May.

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