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September 21, 2010 7:42 AM

License of Whatcom County nursing assistant who assaulted 2 disabled clients pulled

The state Department of Health has pulled the license of a Whatcom County nursing assistant convicted of slapping two vulnerable adults she cared for while working at a Blaine residential facility for developmentally disabled adults.

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