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The 2023 Florida Statutes

Chapter 462
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F.S. 462.2001
462.2001 Saving clause.All licenses to practice naturopathy issued pursuant to this chapter and valid on October 1, 1985, shall remain in full force and effect.
History.s. 11, ch. 85-303.

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  1. State health officials Rony Francois, Timothy Cerio, and Dr. Ana Viamonte Ros told Betancur that Florida ceased the licensing of naturopaths in 1959, see Fla. Stat. § 462.023, with the exception of seven individuals allowed to practice under a grandfather statute, see id. § 462.2001, and the practice of naturopathy without a state license is a third degree felony, see id. § 462.17(5). Betancur responded that the Council had exclusive authority to license naturopaths; Florida could not prevent a naturopath from practicing; and the naturopaths who practiced under the grandfather statute held fraudulent licenses. The Council later purportedly licensed several naturopaths, including Jose Canas, a Florida citizen.
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    BETANCUR, v. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, M. Dr. M. In N. In M. In, 296 F. App'x 761 (11th Cir. 2008)

    . . . . § 462.2001, and the practice of naturopathy without a state license is a third degree felony, see id . . . Stat. § 462.2001, is not an arbitrary or unreasonable regulation that violated Betancur’s right to equal . . .