U.S. Attorney Bharara announced the arrests of 48 people in a $500 million Medicaid fraud scheme. The "massive fraud scheme" involved the "unlawful diversion and trafficking" of prescription drugs that had been dispensed to Medicaid recipients in New York. According to Bharara, the scheme "worked a fraud on legitimate pharmacies, a fraud on patients who unwittingly bought second-hand drugs, and ultimately, a fraud on the entire health care system." And all of this just weeks after the Supreme Court's historic healthcare ruling.
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