They actually issued her a license! If they made a mistake, it was THEIR mistake....one that went on for a YEAR. They should have just chalked that up as a colossal OOPS and not made it again. But to take the license from her, I feel, is inexcusable. It's not like they issued an APRN license. This woman actually met the requirements educationally to possess such a license. Her name didn't just fall onto the printing presses by mistake. They had her name, address, criminal background checks, etc., in order to make it to number-assigning, issuing stage, right?Makes me wonder if a member of the Georgia BON has a relative sitting on the MBON. Some of the EC students are still fighting down here for what was good enough for the BON for 30 years too until somebody got a wild hair up their ***!