MN AG Announces Charges In Medicaid Fraud Case

(St. Paul, MN) — The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office is charging three people with stealing millions of dollars from Medicaid. Attorney General Keith Ellison announced yesterday that the three defendants used personal care assistant businesses to defraud the program of nearly 11-million dollars. Investigators say the defendants routinely overbilled for services performed and submitted invoices for services that were never given. The A-G’s Office is calling the largest-ever Medicaid fraud prosecution in state history.

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