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Currently, doctors are often allowed to continue practicing medicine after being placed on probation for a range of violations, including sexually assaulting patients, making serious and repeated medical errors or practicing under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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"As long as this public health epidemic exists, we owe it to our constituents, [and] we owe it to families in this state to try to make a difference," Sen. Bill Monning (D-Carmel) says.

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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board can be asked to review its decision, but the university can't submit any new evidence on its behalf.

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The state has long toyed with moving to a single-payer system, in which residents pay into an agency that essentially functions as an insurance company.

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Minnesota had one of the most successful high-risk insurance pools in the country, and GOP leaders are eyeing this special insurance for sick people as an Obamacare replacement. But analysts say costs were high and many people in need were left out.

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