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A. A person who is extended the privilege to practice in this state pursuant to the compact adopted pursuant to section 32-1668 is subject to the same disciplinary requirements prescribed in this chapter, and the board's investigative and disciplinary powers and procedures apply to a person who practices in this state pursuant to this compact.
B. A person who is extended the privilege to practice in this state pursuant to the compact adopted pursuant to section 32-1668 may use the title that is prescribed in section 32-1636 and that is appropriate to the person's qualifications.
C. A person who wishes to engage in the practice of nursing in this state pursuant to the compact adopted pursuant to section 32-1668 must notify the board if that person has had a license to practice a health care profession denied, suspended or revoked in another jurisdiction within the past five years or if that person has been convicted of a felony for which the person did not receive an absolute discharge from the sentences at least three years before the date on which the person applies to practice nursing in this state pursuant to the compact. A person who violates this subsection commits an act of unprofessional conduct.
D. The governor may withdraw this state from the compact adopted pursuant to section 32-1668 if the board notifies the governor that another state that is a party to the compact has changed its licensure requirements to make them substantially lower than the requirements of this state.