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Month: November 2011

Federal Lawsuit Highlights Problems With Medicare Payment

According to reports, a lawsuit filed in Dallas, Texas against one of the nation’s biggest hospice companies highlights how Medicare’s payment methods can offer unintended financial incentives to wrongfully move patients from HMOs into hospice programs and then into hospitals....

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Texas Politicians Come Under Fire For Fracking Lobby Donations

According to a recent report, Rep. Joe Barton and Sen. John Cornyn were the top recipients of campaign contributions from companies involved in hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” According to the Common Cause report, “Deep Drilling, Deep Pockets,” which ranked 100...

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Texas Officials Believe Wildfire Threat Will Continue Through The Winter

According to reports, conditions in the state of Texas have been extremely conducive to wildfires for the past year. Further, officials say there appears to be no end in sight. Currently, authorities around the state are preparing for future large...

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Victims of Fort Hood Shooting Seek 750 Million Dollars

According to reports, in what some say could be the first step toward a massive federal lawsuit, 83 people who consist of victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage and the family members of those killed in the attack...

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