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The Arizona State Board of Respiratory Care Examiners won plaudits from the state Auditor General this year for some elements of its performance. It followed rules on issuing licenses and issued most in a timely manner. But the watchdog agency cited one area where the board needs work: ensuring licensees’…

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The traditional appointed board model for regulating the professions has been a fixture of state government for well over a century. But new models of delivering services, plus a pro-competition climate at the state and federal level, may be threatening the classic regulatory structure. The February 25 U.S. Supreme Court…