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Foley Finds Millions in Suspect Medicaid Payments

May 30, 2013

If the idea of Medicaid expansion under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare, wasn’t upsetting to you then the poor management of the current program should.

State Auditor Mike Foley and his team performed the routine audit, which covered a two and a half year span “during which time $6.5 million was spent, all of it suspect, Foley said”.

Our state department of health and human services cannot properly manage the current program.  Expanding the broken system is likely to compound the problem.  We don’t want a state in the future in which $6.5 million in suspect payments is a good year.

CLICK HERE to let your senator know that you oppose Medicaid expansion, LB 577.

CLICK HERE for the full article from the Lincoln Journal Star.

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