Former Fentress County Rescue Squad Captain Indicted For Forgery, $22K Of Theft

A Former Fentress County Rescue Squad Captain Has Been Indicted For Theft, Forgery And Fraudulent Use Of A Credit Or Debit Card After An Investigation Found He Allegedly Stole Nearly $23,000 In Department Funds.

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After Delay, Tennessee Lawmakers Extend TennCare Contracts Without Centene

Tennessee Extended Its Three Contracts For The State’s Multibillion-Dollar Medicaid Program After It Was Delayed A Month By State House Republicans. The Fiscal Review Committee Extended Old Contracts Instead Of Entering Into The New Ones Agreed To In 2021 Because Of Centene’s Lawsuit.

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Healthcare Services Company’s Push In Tennessee Comes As Settlements With Other States For Fraud Pile Up

Health Care Services Company Centene Is Undergoing An Aggressive Push To Become One Of The Companies To Manage Tenncare Plans, Tennessee’s Medicaid Program. But Since 2021, The Company Has Settled Allegations That It Overbilled Or Fraudulent Charged Medicaid Programs In 17 Of The 30 States It Has Operated.

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Memphis Pastors And Business Owners Indicted For Covid-19 Relief Fraud

According To A Press Release From The U.S. Attorney’s Office, A Federal Grand Jury In The Western District Of Tennessee Has Officially Indicted Three Memphis Pastors And Four Other Tennessee Business Owners For Alleged Misuse Of COVID-19 Relief Funds.

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Experts Estimate $25B Of Fraud Annually In Federal Food Stamp Program

A Security Expert Says Congress Should Reduce Food Stamp Fraud As It Faces A Saturday Deadline To Renew The Farm Bill. He Says About 20% Of The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s $127 Billion Annual Budget, Or $25 Billion Annually, Is Likely Lost To Criminals.

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Campaign Finance Scheme Results In 21-Month Federal Prison Sentence For Former Sen. Brian Kelsey

Following An Official Sentence Recommendation From Federal Prosecutors Earlier This Month, Former Senator Brian Kelsey (R-Germantown) Has Officially Been Sentenced To 21 Months In Federal Prison For Campaign Finance Fraud Charges.

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TN Attorney General Defends Transgender Clinic Investigation, Reveals Video That Prompted It

Tennessee Attorney General Skrmetti Has Defended His Investigation Of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Clinic For Transgender Health, Saying It’s A Fraud Investigation Meant To Protect Taxpayer Dollars. He Maintains That His Investigation Is Not About Politics.

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