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Attorney General Ken Paxton Recovers $25 Million in Medicaid Fraud Case

Texas’ general fund received more than $11 million after Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office concluded litigation against a New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company.

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Chad’s Morning Brief: Republicans Planning Their Next Moves on DHS Funding, Texas Republican Leaders Won’t Expand Medicaid, and Other Top Stories

John Boehner is attempting to get Republicans united on DHS funding. Good luck. The Chad Hasty Show airs 8:30-11am on 790AM KFYO.

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Texas Attorney General’s Office Resolves Civil Medicaid Fraud Investigation into Taro Parmaceuticals

Attorney General Greg Abbott secured an agreement with Taro Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. which will resolve Texas’ civil Medicaid fraud investigation into their business activities.

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State of Texas, Federal Government Share in Medicaid Fraud Settlement Against Major Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

When manufacturers improperly report inflated market prices for their drugs, Medicaid reimburses pharmacies at inflated rates.

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Michael Quinn Sullivan of Empower Texans Says Texas Legislators Made Serious Blunders With Medicaid Expansion and School Vouchers [AUDIO]

On the Monday edition of The Chad Hasty, Michael Quinn Sullivan from Empower Texans talked with Chad Hasty about the latest coming out of the Texas legislature.

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