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  340.212.  Record of board proceedings — list of persons licensed, suspended, revoked, disciplined, forwarding of lists — reports of final disciplinary actions — immunity. — 1.  The board shall cause the executive director to prepare and maintain a written record of all board proceedings whether or not such proceedings are formal, informal, open or closed to the public.  All records so prepared and maintained and other documents or reports incorporated therein shall be open to the public except where specifically required or allowed to be closed to the public pursuant to chapter 610.

  2.  Other provisions of section 324.001 to the contrary notwithstanding, the board shall publish a list of the names and addresses of all persons who hold licenses under the provisions of sections 340.200 to 340.330, and shall publish a list of all persons whose licenses have been suspended, revoked, surrendered, restricted, denied, withheld, or otherwise disciplined, whether voluntarily or not.  The board shall mail a copy of such list to any person, agency or professional association upon request and payment of a fee necessary for photocopying and postage as established by board rule.  The board may forward such lists at no charge and upon its own motion for the purpose of voluntary interstate exchange of information or to other administrative or law enforcement agencies acting within the scope of their statutory authority, whether the same be interstate or intrastate.

  3.  Other provisions of section 324.001 to the contrary notwithstanding, the board shall prepare and make available to the public a report upon the final disciplinary actions taken by the board or denial of licensure.  Such report shall set forth findings of fact, grounds for such denial or discipline, names of board members who were present, and any resulting order or directive of the board; the same to apply whether or not discipline or denial is voluntarily agreed to by the licensee or applicant.  Whenever a person possessing a license voluntarily enters chemical or alcohol treatment and monitoring programs for purposes of rehabilitation by informal agreement with the board, the action shall not be reported with any other actions taken or agreed to between the board and the licensee or applicant.

  4.  Where the board does not recommend disciplinary action, a report stating that no action is recommended shall be prepared and forwarded to the complaining party and the licensee or applicant.

  5.  Members of the board or employees of the board shall be immune from any suit predicated on the publication of information, reports or lists required by this section.


(L. 1992 H.B. 878 § 7, A.L. 2008 S.B. 788)

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