Kentucky nursing board threatened licenses to push ‘racism’ training

The Kentucky Board of Nursing has denied claims its mandatory “structural racism” training was enforced through the threat of license revocation, but Kentucky law shows nurses could be stripped of their licenses for failing to comply with the board’s orders.

The Washington Examiner previously reported that Kentucky nurses were mandated to take the courses or face “civil sanction or discipline,” as the board suggested, but new information offers insight into the breadth of consequences nurses could face for declining to do so.

Read more at the Washington Examiner.