64B16-30.001. Disciplinary Guidelines; Range of Penalties; Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances  


Effective on Tuesday, December 18, 2018
  • 1(1) The board sets forth below a range of disciplinary guidelines from which disciplinary penalties will be imposed upon licensees guilty of violating chapters 456, 465, 499, or 893 or section 32828.055, F.S. 34The purpose of the disciplinary guidelines is to give notice to licensees of the range of penalties which will normally be imposed upon violations of particular provisions of chapters 456, 465, 499, 893 or section 69828.055, F.S. 71The term license means any permit, registration, certificate, or license, including a provisional license, issued by the Department. Penalty ranges are shown as minimum and maximum guidelines as well as for first time single count violations and for multiple or repeated violations of the same statutory provision or the rules promulgated thereunder. If an actual range of penalties is not provided, the listed penalty shall be the guideline penalty for the violation(s) unless aggravating or mitigating factors are shown. All penalties at the upper range of the sanctions set forth in the guidelines, e.g., suspension, revocation, etc., include lesser penalties, e.g., fine, continuing education, probation, or reprimand, which may be included in the final penalty at the board’s discretion. Probation may be subject to conditions, including restriction from practice in certain settings, restricting the licensee to working only under designated conditions or in certain settings, requiring continuing or remedial education, or any other restriction found to be necessary for the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare. In addition to any other discipline imposed under these guidelines, the board shall assess costs relating to the investigation and prosecution of the case.

    263(2) The following disciplinary guidelines shall be followed by the board in imposing disciplinary penalties upon licensees and permittees for violation of the below mentioned statutes and rules. For the purposes of this rule, the descriptions of the violations are abbreviated and the full statute or rule cited should be consulted to determine the prohibited conduct.

    319VIOLATION

    320PENALTY RANGE

     

    322FIRST VIOLATION

    324SECOND AND SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS

    328(a) Obtaining a license or permit by misrepresentation, fraud, or error.

    339(Section 340465.016(1)(a), F.S.342);

    343(Section 344465.023(1)(a), F.S.346)

     

     

    3471. By negligent misrepresentation on original application or renewal.

    356$1,000 fine and 12 hour Laws and Rules course or MPJE and 3-hour ethics course to $5,000 fine and Revocation.

    378Revocation.

    3792. By fraudulent misrepresentation on original application or renewal.

    388$10,000 fine for each count and Revocation.

    396$10,000 fine for each count and Revocation.

    4043. By error of the Department or Board on original application or renewal.

    417Revocation.

    418Revocation.

     

     

     

    419(b) Procuring or attempting to procure a license or permit for another person by false representation.

    435(Section 436465.016(1)(b), F.S.438);

    439(Section 440465.023(1)(b), F.S.442)

    443$10,000 fine for each count and Revocation.

    451$10,000 fine for each count and Revocation.

     

     

     

    459(c) Permitting any unlicensed persons, including owner or operator of pharmacy, to practice pharmacy.

    473(Section 474465.016(1)(c), F.S.476)

    477$2,500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam (MPJE) to $5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation.

    507$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    523(d) Being unfit or incompetent to practice pharmacy by reason of habitual intoxication, medicinal drug abuse, or physical or mental condition that threatens public safety.

    548(Sections 549465.016(1)(d), 550(m), F.S.)

    552$250 fine, indefinite suspension with PRN review and board appearance to Revocation.

    564One (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    576(e) Violating laws governing the practice of pharmacy.

    584(Section 585465.016(1)(e), F.S.587);

    588(Section 589465.023(1)(c), F.S.591)

     

     

    5921. Chapter 465, F.S.:

     

     

    596a. Failure to supervise registered pharmacy technician.

    603(Section 604465.014, F.S.606)

    607$250 fine and one (1) year probation and 12-hour Laws and Rules course or MPJE to $1,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    631$1,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    647b. Operating a pharmacy that is not registered.

    655(Section 656465.015(1)(a), F.S.658)

    659$500 fine per month to maximum of $5,000 (penalty will require permittee to obtain or renew permit or cease practice) to Revocation.

    682$10,000 fine, Revocation and referral to State Attorney’s Office for criminal prosecution.

    695c. Operating a pharmacy where an unlicensed, unregistered, or unsupervised person practices pharmacy.

    708(Section 709465.015(1)(b), F.S.711)

    712$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation.

    731$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    747d. Making a false or fraudulent statement to the board.

    757(Section 758465.015(2)(a), F.S.760)

    761$10,000 fine to Revocation.

    766$10,000 fine and Revocation.

    771e. Practicing pharmacy as an inactive licensee.

    778(Section 779465.015(2)(b), F.S.781)

    782$500 fine per month while inactive (maximum $6,000) to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension.

    800$10,000 fine and two (2) years suspension, to Revocation.

    810f. Selling or dispensing drugs without a prescription.

    818(Section 819465.015(2)(c), F.S.821)

     

     

    822(I) Non-scheduled legend drugs.

    826$1,500 fine to $5,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    838$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    848(II) Scheduled (controlled substances) legend drugs.

    854$5,000 fine to $10,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    866$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    882g. Selling samples or complimentary drugs.

    888(Section 889465.015(2)(d), F.S.891)

     

     

    892(I) Non-scheduled legend drugs.

    896$1,500 fine and (1) year probation to $5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension.

    912$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    928(II) Scheduled (controlled substances) legend drugs.

    934$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    944$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    960h. Failure to notify the board of, or failure to have, a prescription department manager or a supervising, a responsible, or a consultant pharmacist.

    984(Section 985465.018, 986.019, .0193, .0196, or .0197, F.S. and 993465.022(10), 994(11), F.S.)

     

     

    996(I) Failure to notify.

    1000(Section 1001465.018, F.S.1003)

    1004Fine based on length of time prior to notifying board. $500 per month (maximum $6,000) to one (1) year probation.

    1025$7,500 fine and one (1) year suspension to Revocation.

    1035(II) Failure to have prescription department manager or a supervising, a responsible, or a consultant pharmacist of record.

    1053Fine based on length of time practicing without designated pharmacist, $750 fine per month and one (1) year probation.

    1072$2,000 fine per month, to Revocation.

    1079i. Failure to comply with substitution of legend drug requirements.

    1089(Sections 1090465.025(2), 1091(3), (4), F.S.)

    1094$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to $2,200 fine and one (1) year probation.

    1113$2,500 fine, 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE, and one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    1130j. Failure to follow negative formulary requirements.

    1137(Section 1138465.025(6), F.S.1140);

    1141(Rule 114264B16-27.500, 1143F.A.C.)

    1144$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to $2,500 fine and one (1) year probation.

    1164$2,500 fine, 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE, and one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    1181k. Failure to follow emergency prescription requirements.

    1188(Section 1189465.0275, F.S.1191)

    1192$500 fine to $2,500 fine and one (1) year probation.

    1203$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation to $5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation.

    1226l. Engage in prohibited rebate scheme.

    1232(Section 1233465.185, F.S.1235)

    1236$1,500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to $5,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    1256$5,000 fine, 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE, and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1273m. Failure to comply with pharmacist dispensing requirements.

    1281(Section 1282465.186, F.S.1284)

     

     

    1285(I) Failure to follow procedure, but dispense drug appearing on formulary.

    1296(Section 1297465.186(3), F.S.1299);

    1300(Rule 130164B16-27.210, 1302F.A.C.)

    1303$500 fine to $1,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    1314$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation to suspension of right to dispense.

    1328(II) Dispensing drug not on the formulary.

    1335(Section 1336465.186(2), F.S.1338);

    1339(Rules 134064B16-27.220, 1341.230, F.A.C.)

    1343$1,500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to $5,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    1363$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation to $10,000 fine and Revocation.

    1377n. Failure to timely report fraudulent obtaining or attempted obtaining of controlled substances from a pharmacy.

    1393(Section 1394465.015(3), F.S.1396)

     

     

    1397(I) Failure to timely report.

    1402$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1417$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1427(II) Failure to report.

    1431$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    1444$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1460o. Violation of facsimile prescription requirements.

    1466(Section 1467465.035, F.S.1469)

    1470$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1485$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1495p. Violation of requirements for administration of vaccines and epinephrine auto injection.

    1507(Section 1508465.189, F.S.1510);

    1511(Section 1512465.009(6)(a), F.S.1514)

     

     

    1515(I) Failure to enter into a written protocol.

    1523$2,500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1539$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1549(II) Failure to maintain proper insurance.

    1555$500 fine and suspension until insured to one (1) year probation.

    1566$1,000 fine, suspension until insured, followed by one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    1580(III) Failure to maintain and make available patient records.

    1589$500 fine to one (1) year probation.

    1596$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    1606(IV) Uncertified administration of vaccine.

    1611$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension of immunization certification to one (1) year suspension.

    1627$7,500 fine and suspension until certified, followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1642(V) Failure to submit copy of protocol or written agreement to the board.

    1655$500 fine to one (1) year probation.

    1662$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    1672q. Failure to request photo or other verification of identity prior to dispensing a controlled substance to a person not known.

    1693(Section 1694465.0155(2), F.S.1696)

    1697$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1712$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1722r. Failure to inform customers of less expensive drug when cost sharing obligation to customer exceeds retail price.

    1740(Section 1741465.0244(2), F.S.1743)

    1744$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1759$1,000 fine to one (1) year suspension of dispensing rights.

    17702. Chapter 499, F.S.:

     

     

    1774a. Adulteration or misbranding of a drug.

    1781(Sections 1782499.005(2), 1783(3), F.S.);

    1785(Section 1786499.006, F.S.1788);

    1789(Section 1790499.007, F.S.1792)

     

     

    1793(I) Adulteration of a drug.

    1798(Section 1799499.005(2), F.S.1801);

    1802(Section 1803499.006, F.S.1805)

    1806$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1822$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1838(II) Receipt or delivery of any drug that is adulterated or misbranded.

    1850(Section 1851499.005(3), F.S.1853)

    1854$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1870$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1880(III) Incomplete or inaccurate labeling.

    1885(Section 1886499.007, F.S.1888);

    1889(Rule 189064B16-28.108, 1891F.A.C.)

    1892$250 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    1907$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    1917(IV) Fraudulent misbranding of legend drugs.

    1923(Section 1924499.007, F.S.1926)

    1927$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation to two (2) years’ suspension.

    1946$10,000 fine and two (2) years’ suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    1962b. Failure to obtain a permit or registration, or operating without a valid permit when it is required.

    1980(Section 1981499.005(22), F.S.1983)

    1984$500 fine per month to maximum of $5,000 (penalty will require permittee to renew permit or cease practice) to one (1) year probation.

    2008$10,000 fine (penalty will require permittee to renew permit or cease practice), to Revocation.

    2023c. Prescription drug pedigree violations.

    2028(Section 2029499.005(28), F.S.2031);

    2032(Section 2033499.0051, F.S.2035)

    2036$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    2051$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2061d. Recordkeeping requirement.

    2064(Section 2065499.0121, F.S.2067);

    2068(Sections 2069499.005(18), 2070(19), F.S.)

    2072$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    2087$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2097e. Storage of drugs.

    2101(Section 2102499.0121, F.S.2104)

    2105$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    2120$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    21303. Chapter 893, F.S.

    2134(Controlled Substances):

     

     

    2136a. Filling a written or oral prescription for controlled substances that does not meet the requirements of Chapter 893, F.S.

    2156(Sections 2157893.04(1)(a), 2158(b), (c), F.S.)

    2161$1,500 fine 2164and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE 2172to one (1) year probation2177.

    2178$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2188b. Failing to retain prescription records for two (2) years.

    2198(Section 2199893.04(1)(d), F.S.2201)

    2202$1,000 fine 2205and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE 2213to one (1) year probation2218.

    2219$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2229c. Failing to appropriately label.

    2234(Section 2235893.04(1)(e), F.S.2237)

    2238$250 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE 2248to one (1) year probation2253.

    2254$2,500 fine and (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2263d. Dispensing a Schedule II drug inappropriately with a non-written prescription.

    2274(Section 2275893.04(1)(f), F.S.2277)

    2278$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation 2286to one (1) year suspension2291.

    2292$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2308e. Inappropriate refilling of Schedule III, IV, or V drugs.

    2318(Section 2319893.04(1)(g), F.S.2321);

    2322(Section 2323893.04(2)(e), F.S.2325)

    2326$1,750 fine and one (1) year probation 2334to one (1) year suspension2339.

    2340$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension, to Revocation.

    2350f. Receiving controlled substances without an appropriate order form.

    2359(Section 2360893.06(1), F.S.2362)

    2363$2,500 fine to one (1) year probation.

    2371$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2381g. Possession of controlled substances outside the regular course of business, occupation, profession, employment, or duty.

    2397(Section 2398893.06(2), F.S.2400)

    2401$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    2414$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2430h. Failure to take a biennial inventory.

    2437(Sections 2438893.07(1)(a), 2439(2), (3), (4), (5), F.S.)

    2444$1,000 fine 2447and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE 2455to one (1) year probation2460.

    2461$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2471i. Failure to maintain a complete and accurate record of controlled substances.

    2483(Sections 2484893.07(1)(b), 2485(2), (3), (4), (5), F.S.)

    2490$1,000 fine, 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    2505$5,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    2515j. Dispensing Schedule V controlled substances in other than good faith.

    2526(Section 2527893.08(3)(b), F.S.2529)

    2530$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    2543$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2559k. Inappropriate selling of Schedule V controlled substance.

    2567(Section 2568893.08(3)(c), F.S.2570)

    2571$1,500 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    2584$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension, to Revocation.

    2594l. Unlawful possession of controlled substance.

    2600(Section 2601893.13, F.S.2603)

    2604$5,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation to one (1) year suspension.

    2617$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    2633m. Failure to report information regarding dispensed controlled substances to the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Controlled Substance Dispensing Information Electronic System.

    2654(Section 2655893.055(3), F.S.2657)

    2658$250 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    2673$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2683n. Failure to consult the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Controlled Substance Dispensing Information Electronic System prior to dispensing a controlled substance.

    2704(Section 2705893.055(8), F.S.2707)

    2708$250 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    2723$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    2733o. Failure to maintain confidentiality of information obtained from the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Controlled Substance Dispensing Information Electronic System.

    2753(Section 2754893.0551(6), F.S.2756)

     

     

    2757(I) Knowing violation.

    2760$10,000 fine and one (1) 2766year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    2773$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    2789(II) Negligent violation.

    2792Reprimand to $500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE.

    2804One (1) year probation and $1,000 fine to one (1) year suspension.

     

     

     

    28174. Violation of Federal Drug Abuse Act 282421 U.S.C. 821 2827et seq.

    2829(Manufacture, Distribution, and Dispensing of Controlled Substances.)

    2836$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    2849$2,000 fine up to $10,000 and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    28695. Violation of Food and Drug Act 287621 U.S.C. 301 2879– 392.

    2881$2,500 fine and one (1) year suspension, to Revocation.

    2891$7,500 fine and two (2) years’ suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    2907(f) Criminal conviction related to Pharmacy.

    2913(Section 2914465.016(1)(f), F.S.2916);

    2917(Section 2918465.023(1)(d), F.S.2920)

     

     

    29211. Misdemeanor.

    2923$1,000 fine to one (1) year probation.

    2931$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    29412. Felony.

    2943$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    2959$10,000 fine and two (2) years’ suspension followed by three (3) years’ probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    2975(g) Using in the compounding of a prescription, or furnishing upon prescription, an ingredient or article different in any manner from the ingredient or article prescribed, except as authorized in Section 3006465.019(6), F.S. 3008or Section 3010465.025, F.S.

    3012(Section 3013465.016(1)(g), F.S.3015);

    3016or, compounding, dispensing or distributing legend drugs outside professional practice of pharmacy.

    3028(Section 3029465.016(1)(i), F.S.3031)

    3032$250 fine without ingestion or harm, to $500 with ingestion, and complete approved CE course in the prevention of medication errors of no less than eight (8) hours to one (1) year probation.

    3065$500 fine without ingestion or harm, to $1,000 with ingestion, complete approved CE course in the prevention of medication errors of no less than eight (8) hours, and two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

     

     

     

    3100(h) Filing a false report or failing to file a report required by law.

    3114(Section 3115465.016(1)(j), F.S.3117)

     

     

    31181. Knowing violation.

    3121$10,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    3134$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    31502. Negligent violation.

    3153Reprimand 3154to $500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE3165.

    3166One (1) year probation and $1,000 fine to one (1) year suspension.

     

     

     

    3179(i) Failure to make prescription price information available.

    3187(Section 3188465.016(1)(k), F.S.3190)

    3191$250 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE, 3201to $1,000 fine and one-year probation3208.

    3209$1,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

     

     

     

    3222(j) Improperly placing returned drugs into the stock of a pharmacy.

    3233(Section 3234465.016(1)(l), F.S.3236)

    3237$1,500 fine 3240to $1,000 fine and one-year probation3247.

    3248$3,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

     

     

     

    3261(k) Violating a rule or order of the Board or Department.

    3272(Section 3273465.016(1)(n), F.S.3275)

     

     

    32761. Rules of Board of Pharmacy.

     

     

    3282a. Rules 328464B16-28.101 3285to 328664B16-28.1035, 3287F.A.C.

    3288Rule 328964B16-27.100, 3290F.A.C.

    3291Rule 329264B16-28.109, 3293F.A.C.

    3294Rule 329564B16-27.103, 3296F.A.C.

    3297Rule 329864B16-27.104, 3299F.A.C.

    3300Rule 330164B16-26.400, 3302F.A.C.

    3303Rule 330464B16-26.2032 3305F.A.C.

    3306Rule 330764B16-28.1081, 3308F.A.C.

    3309Rule 331064B16-27.105, 3311F.A.C.

    3312Rule 331364B16-27.211, 3314F.A.C.

    3315Rule 331664B16-28.113, 3317F.A.C.

    3318Rule 331964B16-28.2021, 3320F.A.C.

    3321Rule 332264B16-28.603, 3323F.A.C.

    3324$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE, 3334to $1,000 fine and one-year probation3341.

    3342One (1) year probation and $2,000 fine to one (1) year suspension.

    3355b. Sink and running water, sufficient space, refrigeration, sanitation, equipment.

    3365(Rule 336664B16-28.102, 3367F.A.C.)

    3368Suspension until compliance.

    3371$2,000 fine to Revocation.

    3376c. Knowingly purchase, sell, possess, or distribute counterfeit drugs.

    3385(Section 3386499.005(8), F.S.3388)

    3389$5,000 fine, one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation to Revocation.

    3404$10,000 fine to Revocation.

    3409d. Failure to remove outdated pharmaceuticals, or dispensing of same.

    3419(Rule 342064B16-28.110, 3421F.A.C.)

    3422$500 fine for possession, $1,000 fine for dispensing to one (1) year probation.

    3436$2,500 ‒ $5,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    3449e. Violation of destruction of controlled substances.

    3456(Rules 345764B16-28.301 3458and .303 F.A.C.)

    3461$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    3476$5,000 fine and two (34822) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    3487f. Serving as consultant pharmacist without being licensed as a consultant pharmacist.

    3499(Rule 350064B16-26.300, 3501F.A.C.)

    3502$500 per month up to $5,000 fine. (fine based upon the length of time the person is serving as a consultant without being licensed as a consultant pharmacist.)

    3531$7,500 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    3547g. Violation of requirements for records maintained in a data processing system.

    3559(Rule 356064B16-28.140, 3561F.A.C.)

    3562$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE plus 8-hours CE course in record keeping to one (1) year probation.

    3585$5,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    3595h. Failure to properly store legend drugs.

    3602(Rule 360364B16-28.120, 3604F.A.C.)

    3605$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    3621$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    3631i. Practicing nuclear pharmacy without being licensed as a nuclear pharmacist.

    3642(Rule 364364B16-26.303, 3644F.A.C.)

    3645$500 per month up to $5,000 fine. (fine based upon the length of time the person is practicing without being licensed as a nuclear pharmacist.)

    3671$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension, to Revocation.

    3681j. Failure to follow technical requirements for nuclear pharmacy.

    3690(Rules 369164B16-28.901 3692and .902, F.A.C.)

    3695One (1) year probation and $1,000 fine, to $2,500 fine and six (6) months suspension followed by one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    3723$5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    3739k. Failure to properly transfer prescription files and medicinal drugs when closing pharmacy.

    3752(Rules 375364B16-28.202 3754and .203, F.A.C.)

    3757Revocation.

    3758Revocation.

    3759l. Failure to complete the required continuing education during the biennial licensure period.

    3772(Rule 377364B16-26.103, 3774F.A.C.)

     

     

    3775(I) Failure to complete less than ten (10) hours.

    3784$500 fine and suspension until completed.

    3790$1,500 fine and suspension until completed.

    3797(II) Failure to complete ten (10) or more hours.

    3806$1,000 fine. In addition, licensees shall take two (2) additional hours of continuing education for each of the continuing education deficiencies. Said hours shall not count for continuing education renewal requirements for the next biennium.

    3842$2,500 fine and suspension until deficiency and penalty units are completed. In addition, licensees shall take two (2) additional hours of continuing education for each of the continuing education deficiencies. Said hours shall not count for continuing education renewal requirements for the next biennium.

    3887m. Failure to retain continuing education records.

    3894(Rule 389564B16-26.603, 3896F.A.C.)

    3897$250 fine.

    3899$1,500 fine and suspension of license until undocumented courses are completed and documentation is submitted to the Department.

    3918n. Failure to practice in accordance with established practice standards.

    3928(Rules 392964B16-27.1001 3930and .104, F.A.C.)

     

     

    3933(I) Pharmacist.

    3935$500 to $1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    3953$2,500 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    3972(II) Pharmacy Intern.

    3975$250 to $500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE.

    3987$1,000 to $5,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    4006(III) Permittee.

    4008$500 to $1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE to one (1) year probation.

    4026$2,500 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    4045o. Failure to have or maintain current policies and procedures for automated pharmacy system or central fill pharmacy.

    4063(Rules 406464B16-28.141 4065and.450, F.A.C.)

    4067$500 to $1000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE.

    4079$2,500 to $5,000 fine and suspension of license/permit until current policies and procedures are in place, to Revocation.

    4099p. Failure to have or maintain standards for an institutional pharmacy.

    4110(Rules 411164B16-28.602, 4112.6021, .605, .606, .702, F.A.C.)

    4117$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4127$2,500 to $5,000 fine and suspension of license until policies and procedures are in place, to Revocation.

    4146q. Failure to have or maintain standards for a special pharmacy.

    4157(Rules 415864B16-28.800, 4159.810, .820, .840, .850, .860, .870, F.A.C.)

    4166$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4176$2,500 to $5,000 fine and suspension of license until policies and procedures are in place, to Revocation.

    4195r. Failure to maintain standards for animal control shelters.

    4204(Rule Chapter 64B16-29, F.A.C.)

    4208$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4218$2,500 to $5,000 fine and suspension of license until policies and procedures are in place, to Revocation.

    4237s. Failure to comply with Board’s rule on patient counseling.

    4247(Rules 424864B16-27.800, 4249.810, .820, F.A.C.)

    4252$250 fine without ingestion or harm, to $500 with ingestion, and complete approved CE course in the prevention of medication errors of no less than eight (8) hours.

    4280$500 fine without ingestion or harm, to $1,000 with ingestion, complete approved CE course in the prevention of medication errors of no less than eight (8) hours, and two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    4315t. Standards of practice for compounding CSPs.

    4322(Rules 432364B16-27.700 4324and .797, F.A.C.)

     

     

    4327(I) No harm.

    4330$500 fine, 12-hour Laws & Rules course, and course governing sterile compounds, to $2,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    4351$2,500 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    4370(II) Harm.

    4372$2,000 fine, one (1) year probation, and 12-hour Laws & Rules course, to Revocation.

    4387Revocation.

    43882. Violation of orders of the Board or Department.

    4397$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation, to suspension until compliance with order.

    4411$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to suspension until compliance with order, to Revocation.

    4427(l) License disciplined by another jurisdiction for an offense that would constitute a violation of this chapter.

    4444(Section 4445465.016(1)(h), F.S.4447);

    4448(Section 4449465.023(1)(e), F.S.4451)

    4452Same penalty as imposed in other jurisdiction or as closely as possible to penalties set forth in Florida Statutes.

    4471Same penalty as imposed in other jurisdiction or as closely as possible to penalties set forth in Florida Statutes to $10,000 fine and Revocation.

    4496(m) Failing to report to the Department any chapter 458 or 459, F.S., licensee violation.

    4511(Section 4512465.016(1)(o), F.S.4514)

    4515$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4525$1,500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4536(n) Abandoning or allowing permit to become null and void after notice of disciplinary proceedings.

    4551(Section 4552465.018(3), F.S.4554)

    4555Revocation.

    4556Revocation.

    4557(o) Failing to notify the Board of commencement or cessation of practice due to discipline in another jurisdiction.

    4575(Section 4576465.016(1)(p), F.S.4578)

    4579$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4589$2,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation to Revocation.

     

     

     

    4599(p) Using or releasing patient records improperly.

    4606(Section 4607465.016(1)(q), F.S.4609)

    4610$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4621$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation to Revocation.

     

     

     

    4631(q) Knowingly, or with reason to believe, dispensing based on purported prescription where patient-prescriber relationship is invalid.

    4648(Section 4649465.016(1)(s), F.S.4651);

    4652(Section 4653465.023(1)(h), F.S.4655)

     

     

    4656(I) Reason to believe.

    4660$2,000 fine, 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE, and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    4680$2,500 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    4699(II) Knowingly.

    4701Revocation.

    4702Revocation.

     

     

     

    4703(r) Committing an error or omission during prescription drug processing.

    4713(Section 4714465.016(1)(t), F.S.4716)

    4717$250 fine without ingestion or harm, to $500 with ingestion, and complete approved CE course in the prevention of medication errors of no less than eight (8) hours.

    4745$500 fine without ingestion or harm, to $1,000 with ingestion, complete approved CE course in the prevention of medication errors of no less than eight (8) hours, and two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    4780(s) Guilty of a felony involving moral turpitude.

    4788(Section 4789465.023(1)(d), F.S.4791)

    4792$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    4803$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    4813(t) Guilty of a crime related to health care fraud.

    4823(Section 4824465.023(1)(g), F.S.4826)

    4827Revocation and a fine of $10,000, or in the case of application for licensure, denial of license.

    4845Revocation and a fine of $10,000, or in the case of application for licensure, denial of license.

    4863(u) Violating Section 4866456.072, F.S.

    4868(Section 4869465.016(1)(r), F.S.4871)

     

     

    48721. Making misleading, deceptive, or fraudulent representation in or related to the practice of the licensee’s profession.

    4889(Section 4890456.072(1)(a), F.S.4892)

    4893$10,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    4906Revocation, and a fine of $10,000.

    49132. Intentionally violating any rule adopted by the Board or the Department.

    4925(Section 4926456.072(1)(b), F.S.4928)

    4929$2,500 fine and two (2) years’ probation to one (1) year suspension.

    4942$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    49613. Being convicted or found guilty of, or entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, regardless of adjudication, a crime in any jurisdiction which relates to the practice of, or the ability to practice, a licensee’s profession.

    5000(Section 5001456.072(1)(c), F.S.5003)

     

     

    5004a. Misdemeanor.

    5006$1,000 fine to one (1) year probation.

    5014$2,500 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    5024b. Felony.

    5026$3,000 fine and one (1) year probation to one (1) year suspension.

    5039$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    50584. Failing to comply with the educational course requirements for human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or medical errors.

    5079(Section 5080456.072(1)(e), F.S.5082)

    5083(Rules 508464B16-26.103(1)(c), 5085(4)(e), F.A.C.)

    5087$500 fine and suspension until compliant.

    5093$1,000 fine and suspension until compliant.

    51005. Having a license or the authority to practice the regulated profession revoked, suspended, or otherwise acted against, including the denial of licensure, by the licensing authority of any jurisdiction, including its agencies or subdivisions, for a violation that would constitute a violation under Florida law. The licensing authority’s acceptance of a relinquishment of licensure, stipulation, consent order, or other settlement, offered in response to or in anticipation of the filing of charges against the license, shall be construed as action against the license.

    5184(Section 5185456.072(1)(f), F.S.5187)

    5188Same penalty as imposed in other jurisdiction or as closely as possible to penalties for similar violation.

    5205Same penalty as imposed in other jurisdiction or as closely as possible to penalties for similar violation, to $10,000 fine and Revocation.

    52286. Having been found liable in a civil proceeding for knowingly filing a false report or complaint with the Department against another licensee.

    5251(Section 5252456.072(1)(g), F.S.5254)

    5255$3,000 fine.

    5258$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    52777. Attempting to obtain, obtaining, or renewing a license to practice a profession by bribery, by fraudulent misrepresentation, or through an error of the Department or the Board.

    5305(Section 5306456.072(1)(h), F.S.5308)

    5309$10,000 fine and Revocation or denial of license application.

    5319$10,000 fine and Revocation or denial of license application.

    53298. Except as provided in section 5335465.016, F.S., 5337failing to report to the Department any person who the licensee knows is in violation of this part, the chapter regulating the alleged violator, or the rules of the Department or the Board.

    5370(Section 5371456.072(1)(i), F.S.5373)

    5374$500 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE.

    5384$1,500 fine and 12-hours Laws & Rules or MJPE, to one (1) year suspension or Revocation.

    54019. Aiding, assisting, procuring, employing, or advising any unlicensed person or entity to practice a profession contrary to this part, the chapter regulating the profession, or the rules of the Department or the Board.

    5435(Section 5436456.072(1)(j), F.S.5438)

    5439$2,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MJPE, to one (1) year probation.

    5455$2,500 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    547410. Failing to perform any statutory or legal obligation placed upon a licensee, including failure to repay student loans or perform scholarship service obligations.

    5498(Section 5499456.072(1)(k), F.S.5501)

     

     

    5502a. Generally.

    5504$2,000 fine and suspension until compliant.

    5511$2,500 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    5530b. Student loans or scholarship service.

    5536The minimum disciplinary action imposed shall be a suspension of the license until new payment terms are agreed upon or the scholarship obligation is resumed, followed by probation for the duration of the student loan or remaining scholarship obligation period, and a fine equal to 10 percent of the defaulted loan amount.

    5588Suspension of the license until new payment terms are agreed upon or the scholarship obligation is resumed, followed by probation for the duration of the student loan or remaining scholarship obligation period, and a fine equal to 10 percent of the defaulted loan amount, to Revocation with a minimum total fine of $10,000.

    564211. Making or filing a report which the licensee knows to be false, intentionally or negligently failing to file a report or record required by state or federal law, or willfully impeding or obstructing another person to do so. Such reports or records shall include only those that are signed in the capacity of a licensee.

    5698(Section 5699456.072(1)(l), F.S.5701)

     

     

    5702a. Knowingly filing a false report or willful obstruction.

    5711$10,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation to one (1) year suspension.

    5724$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    5740b. Negligently failing to file a report or record.

    5749$2,500 fine.

    5752$5,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    576212. Making deceptive, untrue, or fraudulent representations in or related to the practice of a profession or employing a trick or a scheme in or related to the practice of a profession.

    5794(Section 5795456.072(1)(m), F.S.5797)

    5798$10,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation to one (1) year suspension.

    5811$10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    582713. Exercising influence on the patient or client for the purpose of financial gain of the licensee or a third party.

    5848(Section 5849456.072(1)(n), F.S.5851)

    5852$3,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation.

    5860$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    587914. Practicing or offering to practice beyond the scope permitted by law or accepting and performing professional responsibilities the licensee knows, or has reason to know, the licensee is not competent to perform.

    5912(Section 5913456.072(1)(o), F.S.5915)

    5916$2,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation to one (1) year suspension.

    5929$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    594815. Delegating or contracting for the performance of professional responsibilities by a person when the licensee delegating or contracting for performance of such responsibilities knows, or has reason to know, such person is not qualified by training, experience, and authorization when required to perform them.

    5993(Section 5994456.072(1)(p), F.S.5996)

    5997$2,000 fine and two (2) years’ probation to one (1) year suspension.

    6010$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    602916. Violating any provision of chapter 456, F.S., the applicable professional practice act, a rule of the Department or the Board, or a lawful order of the Department or the Board, or failing to comply with a lawfully issued subpoena of the Department.

    6072(Section 6073456.072(1)(dd), F.S.6075);

    6076(Section 6077456.072(1)(q), F.S.6079)

    6080$1,000 fine and 12-hour Laws & Rules course or MPJE, to one (1) year probation.

    6096$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    611517. Improperly interfering with an investigation or inspection authorized by statute, or with any disciplinary proceeding.

    6131(Section 6132456.072(1)(r), F.S.6134)

    6135$2,500 fine and two (2) years’ probation.

    6143$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    616218. Engaging or attempting to engage in sexual misconduct as defined and prohibited in Section 6177456.063(1), F.S.

    6179(Section 6180456.072(1)(v), F.S.6182)

    6183$10,000 fine and Revocation.

    6188$10,000 fine and Revocation.

    619319. Being unable to practice with reasonable skill and safety by reason of illness or use of alcohol, drugs, narcotics, chemicals, or as a result of any mental or physical condition (board has authority to issue order to compel examination).

    6233(Section 6234456.072(1)(z), F.S.6236)

    6237$500 fine, suspension until safe to practice with reasonable skill and safety, and appearance before the board.

    6254$2,500 fine and Revocation.

    625920. Failing to report to the Board, or the Department if there is no Board, in writing within 30 days after the licensee has been convicted or found guilty of, or entered a plea of nolo contendere to, regardless of adjudication, a crime in any jurisdiction.

    6305(Section 6306456.072(1)(x), F.S.6308)

    6309$1,000 fine.

    6312$5,000 to $10,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    633121. Testing positive for any drug, as defined in section 6341112.0455, F.S., 6343on any confirmed preemployment or employer ordered drug screening when the practitioner does not have a lawful prescription and legitimate medical reason for using such drug.

    6369(Section 6370456.072(1)(aa), F.S.6372)

    6373$500 fine, suspension until safe to practice with reasonable skill and safety and appearance before the board.

    6390$2,500 fine and Revocation.

    639522. Being terminated from, or failing to successfully complete, an impaired practitioners treatment program.

    6409(Section 6410456.072(1)(hh), F.S.6412)

    6413Suspension until successful completion or receipt of written confirmation of compliance with ongoing treatment and a fine of up to $1,000.

    6435Revocation.

    643623. Being convicted of, or entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, any misdemeanor or felony, regardless of adjudication, under 645818 U.S.C. s. 669, 6462ss. 285-287, s. 371, s. 1001, s. 1035, s. 1341, s. 1343, s. 1347, s. 1349, or s. 1518, or 648242 U.S.C. ss. 1320a-7b, 6486relating to the Medicaid program.

    6491(Section 6492456.072(1)(ii), F.S.6494)

    6495Revocation and a fine of $10,000, or in the case of application for licensure, denial of license.

    6513Revocation and a fine of $10,000, or in the case of application for licensure, denial of license.

    653124. Failing to remit the sum owed to the state for overpayment from the Medicaid program pursuant to a final order, judgment, or settlement.

    6555(Section 6556456.072(1)(jj), F.S.6558)

    6559$500 to $5,000 fine and one (1) year probation.

    6569$2,500 to $5,000 fine and suspension until amount owed is remitted, followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    659025. Being terminated from the state Medicaid program pursuant to section 6601409.913, F.S., 6603any other state Medicaid program, or the federal Medicare program, as a result of fraud and abuse unless eligibility to participate in the program from which the practitioner was terminated has been restored.

    6636(Section 6637456.072(1)(kk), F.S.6639)

    6640$10,000 fine and one (1) year probation, to one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation.

    6659$10,000 fine and two (2) years’ suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    667526. Being convicted of, or entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, any misdemeanor or felony, regardless of adjudication, a crime in any jurisdiction which relates to health care fraud.

    6707(Section 6708456.072(1)(ll), F.S.6710)

    6711Revocation and a fine of $10,000, or in the case of application for licensure, denial of license.

    6729Revocation and a fine of $10,000, or in the case of application for licensure, denial of license.

    674727. Willfully failing to comply with section 627.64194 or 6756641.513, F.S., 6758with such frequency as to indicate a general business practice.

    6768(Section 6769456.072(1)(oo), F.S.6771)

    6772Reprimand and a fine of $250.

    6778$500 fine and one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    6787(v) Violation of section 6791828.055, F.S. 6793by a permitted county or municipal animal control agency or humane society.

     

     

    68051. Using drugs for animal euthanasia for an improper use.

    6815(Section 6816828.055(3)(a), F.S.6818)

    6819Reprimand and a fine of $250.

    6825$500 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    68402. Failing to take reasonable precautions against misuse, theft, loss, or diversion.

    6852(Section 6853828.055(3)(b), F.S.6855)

    6856Reprimand and a fine of $250.

    6862$500 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    68773. Failing to detect or to report a significant loss, theft, or inventory shortage of drugs.

    6893(Section 6894828.055(3)(c), F.S.6896)

    6897Reprimand, $500 fine, and one (1) year probation.

    6905$1,000 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by two (2) years’ probation, to Revocation.

    69214. Failing to follow the rules of the Board regarding proper storage and handling of drugs.

    6937(Section 6938828.055(3)(d), F.S.6940)

    6941Reprimand and a fine of $250.

    6947$500 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    69625. Violating any provision of section 6968828.055, 6969chapter 465, and 499, F.S., or any rule adopted under those chapters.

    6981(Section 6982828.055(3)(e), F.S.6984)

    6985Reprimand and a fine of $250.

    6991$500 fine and one (1) year suspension followed by one (1) year probation, to Revocation.

    7006(3) The board shall be entitled to deviate from the above-mentioned guidelines upon a showing of aggravating or mitigating circumstances by clear and convincing evidence presented to the board prior to the imposition of a final penalty.

    7043(a) Aggravating circumstances; circumstances which may justify deviating from the above set forth disciplinary guidelines and cause the enhancement of a penalty beyond the maximum level of discipline in the guidelines shall include but not be limited to the following:

    70831. History of previous violations of the practice act and the rules promulgated thereto.

    70972. In the case of negligent acts, the magnitude and scope of the damage or potential damage inflicted upon the patient or the general public by the licensee’s misfeasance.

    71263. Evidence of violation of professional practice acts in other jurisdictions wherein the licensee has been disciplined by the appropriate regulatory authority.

    71484. Harm occurred.

    7151(b) Mitigating circumstances; circumstances which may justify deviating from the above set forth disciplinary guidelines and cause the lessening of a penalty beyond the minimum level of discipline in the guidelines shall include but not be limited to the following:

    71911. In cases of negligent acts, the minor nature of the damage or potential damage to the patient’s or the public’s health, safety, and welfare resulting from the licensee’s misfeasance.

    72212. Lack of previous disciplinary history in this or any other jurisdiction wherein the licensee practices his profession.

    72393. Restitution of any monetary damage suffered by the patient.

    72494. The licensee’s professional standing among his peers.

    72575. Steps already taken by the licensee to insure the non-occurrence of similar violations in the future, including continuing education.

    72776. The degree of financial hardship incurred by a licensee as a result of the imposition of fines or the suspension of his practice.

    7301(4) All fines imposed by the Board shall be paid within a period of ninety (90) days from the date of the final order entered by the Board. This time limitation may be modified by the Board for good cause shown in order to prevent undue hardship.

    7348Rulemaking Authority 7350456.072, 7351456.079, 7352465.005 FS. 7354Law Implemented 7356456.072, 7357456.079, 7358465.016, 7359465.023 FS. 7361History–New 3-1-87, Amended 5-11-88, Formerly 21S-17.001, 21S-30.001, 61F10-30.001, Amended 6-26-95, 1-30-96, Formerly 59X-30.001, Amended 12-3-97, 11-15-98, 5-3-00, 1-27379-02, 11-29-06, 9-26-12, 2-14-13, 2-5-14, 1-10-17, 12-18-18.

     

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