How do you charge a corporate permit holder with unprofessional conduct?

Here is a article about a action that the New York Board of Pharmacy took. The question in this writer’s mind is how do you charge a permit holder with UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT… when they are not a licensed professional within the state? Being a pharmacy permit holder requires no special education, background or testing to become a permit holder. When most of the practice acts were first written, it was common for the PIC and the permit holder were one and the same, because pharmacies were basically “Mom & Pop stores”… the Pharmacist that owned the store, was also the PIC.. so technically -under those conditions – the permit holder could be charged with “unprofessional conduct”.. since the permit holder was A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL !

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