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CHARLESTON – The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is holding fast to its position that it is owed a share of a settlement designed by state Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
CHARLESTON – The state’s Department of Health and Human Resources has decided to back up Attorney General Darrell McGraw during the state’s battle with federal Medicaid officials, claiming it was never entitled to any of the disputed funds from a settlement.
Attorney General Darrell McGraw, right, drives a golf cart while wearing “drunk goggles” with Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy Cpl. K.J. Boyce during a FOCUS Coalition drunken driving presentation May 31 at Jefferson High School. McGraw called it “an obvious demonstration” of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol. (Photo by Chris Brown of The Journal photo)
CHARLESTON – Proving that his controversial efforts to disperse money from a settlement gained on behalf of the state’s Department of Health and Human Resources are indeed statewide, Attorney General Darrell McGraw last week spread $95,000 between the state’s two panhandles. Read More