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Civil Rights – Hospital Staff – Privilege Suspension – Due Process (access required)

A physician whose hospital staff privileges were suspended cannot sue under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 for due process violations because he has not shown that appointment of defendant hospital’s board of trustees by state actors meant the board acted under color of state law, the 4th Circuit says. Merely private conduct, no matter how discriminatory or ...

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