Monthly Archives July 2004

Pharmaceutical Company to Reimburse State $204,000 in Medicaid Fraud Settlement

HELENA – Montana will receive more than $204,000 in Medicaid restitution and penalties as part of a settlement recently negotiated between the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units and pharmaceutical manufacturer Schering Plough. The agreement involves 49 states and the District of Columbia.

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McGrath: Decision To Close Park County Incinerator Cannot Be Put On Ballot

HELENA – In an opinion issued Tuesday, Attorney General Mike McGrath ruled that the decision to close the incinerator in Park County is an administrative decision that cannot lawfully be placed on the ballot by referendum.

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McGrath: Prisoners Not Entitled to Bail After Extradition Ordered

HELENA — In a formal opinion released Monday, Attorney General Mike McGrath held that once prisoners’ extradition to face charges in another state has been ordered, those prisoners are not eligible for bail in Montana.

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