781 A.2d 1035 (2001)

169 N.J. 579

James CAMPBELL, Petitioner-Respondent, v. NEW JERSEY RACING COMMISSION, Respondent-Appellant.

Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Decided October 11, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jeffrey C. Burstein, Senior Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for appellant (John J. Farmer, Jr., Attorney General of New Jersey, attorney; Mr. Burstein and James B. McKinney, Jr., on the briefs).

Mark D. Schorr, Trenton, argued the cause for respondent (Sterns & Weinroth, attorneys; Mr. Schorr and Nancy A. Natello, on the briefs).

The opinion of the Court was delivered by VERNIERO, J.

This appeal implicates the standards governing appellate review of administrative actions. Specifically, it involves the method by which the New Jersey Racing Commission (Commission) measures the level of total carbon dioxide (tCO2) in race horses. An abnormally high level of tCO2 is an indication that a horse has ingested or been injected with sodium bicarbonate or other substances to enhance the horse's performance...

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