(a) If the person requests a hearing or fails to respond in a timely manner to the
notice, the executive director shall set a hearing and give notice of the hearing
to the person.
(b) An administrative law judge of the State Office of Administrative Hearings shall
hold the hearing.
(c) The administrative law judge shall make findings of fact and conclusions of law
and promptly issue to the board a proposal for decision as to the occurrence of the
violation and the amount of any proposed administrative penalty.
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