Monthly Archives January 2004

Medicaid Fraud Unit, Bayer Reach Settlement

HELENA — Bayer Corporation recently agreed to pay Montana Medicaid more than $190,000 as part of a settlement agreement between the pharmaceutical giant and the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Department of Justice.

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Driscoll Steps Down, Yaeger Promoted at MHP

HELENA — Attorney General Mike McGrath Wednesday announced the resignation of Montana Highway Patrol colonel Shawn Driscoll and the promotion of lieutenant colonel Randall Yaeger as interim chief of the MHP.

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Morrison, McGrath Offer First Line of Defense Against Financial Fraud

HELENA — State Auditor John Morrison, Attorney General Mike McGrath along with AARP Montana and Montana Senior Citizens Association (MSCA) Friday announced a new statewide law enforcement training that will be the first line of defense against senior financial fraud.

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Nevada Firms File for Chapter 11

HELENA — Gambling Control Division administrator Gene Huntington said Tuesday that three entities that the state has sued over the failure to deliver an automated accounting and reporting system have filed for Chapter 11-bankruptcy protection.

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Applications Available for Clark Fork Restoration Grants

HELENA — Carol Fox, Restoration Program Chief for the Natural Resource Damage Program, said Friday that applications for $6.5 million in 2004 grant funds for projects to restore the Upper Clark Fork River Basin are now available.

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