How the California Medical Board allows doctors with repeated misconduct to continue practicing

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A six-month CBS News investigation is raising new questions about how effectively state medical boards hold bad doctors accountable and protect patients. Now, we're hearing for the first time from an insider who sits on California's medical board, which is responsible for licensing and disciplining more than 150,000 doctors. Jim Axelrod reports.

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