Minnesota Statutes Health (Ch. 144-159) § 148.629. Denial, suspension, or revocation
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Subdivision 1. Grounds. The board may refuse to renew or grant a license to, or may suspend, revoke, or restrict the license of an individual whom the board, after a hearing under the contested case provisions of chapter 14, determines:
(1) is incompetent to engage in dietetic or nutrition practice, or is found to be engaged in dietetic or nutrition practice in a manner harmful or dangerous to a client or to the public;
(2) has violated the rules of the board or the statutes the board is empowered to enforce;
(3) has obtained or attempted to obtain a license or license renewal by bribery or fraudulent representation;
(4) has knowingly made a false statement on a form required by the board for licensing or license renewal; or
(5) has sold any dietary supplement product if the sale of that product resulted in financial benefit to the individual.
Subd. 2. Restoring license. For reasons it finds sufficient, the board may grant a license previously refused, restore a license that has been revoked, or reduce a period of suspension or restriction of a license.
Subd. 3. Review. Suspension, revocation, or restriction of a license must be reviewed by the board at the request of the licensee against whom the disciplinary action was taken.
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