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On proof that any grounds prescribed in section 32-2044 have been violated or that any requirements in section 32-2030 have been violated, the board may take the following disciplinary actions singly or in combination:
1. Issue a decree of censure.
2. Restrict a license, certificate or registration. The board may require a licensee, certificate holder or registrant to report regularly to the board on matters related to the grounds for the restricted license or certificate.
3. Suspend a license, certificate or registration for a period prescribed by the board.
4. Revoke a license, certificate or registration.
5. Refuse to issue or renew a license, certificate or registration.
6. Impose a civil penalty of at least two hundred fifty dollars but not more than ten thousand dollars for each violation of this chapter. In addition the board may assess and collect the reasonable costs incurred in a disciplinary hearing when action is taken against a person's license or certificate.
7. Accept a voluntary surrendering of a license, certificate or registration pursuant to an order of consent by the board.