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Missouri Medicaid proposes its provider-preventable conditions policy

USA - January 12 2012 Missouri’s Medicaid agency is proposing to expand the current payment prohibition to include healthcare acquired conditions as defined by Medicare and to require hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to bill for provider-preventable conditions as the method for reporting such incidents to the state....

Curt J. Chase.

Missouri Attorney General targets home health, in-home care, and hospice services to uncover Medicaid fraud

USA - August 24 2011 Over the past six months, the Missouri Attorney General’s office has actively pursued allegations of Medicaid fraud by home health, in-home care and hospice Medicaid providers....

Harvey M. Tettlebaum, Barbara L. Miltenberger.

Home-grown or imported: the Missouri renewable energy credit debate continues

USA - August 20 2010 After two and a half years of public comments and hearings, the Missouri Public Service Commission issued what were thought to be the final rules implementing the renewable energy standards adopted by voter initiative in November 2008....

Alan Claus Anderson, J. Britton Gibson.

New law expands authority of Missouri Ethics Commission and restricts fundraising for political action committees

USA - August 17 2010 The Missouri Ethics Commission's authority to investigate suspected violations of campaign finance laws and directly impose monetary penalties equal to twice the amount of funds involved are two significant changes contained in new legislation that will take effect on August 28, 2010....

Harvey M. Tettlebaum, McClain E. Bryant, Patrick A. McInerney, Adam P. Sachs.

Federal campaign finance decisions

USA - April 5 2010 On Friday, March 26, 2010, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued decisions in two closely watched cases that consider the practical effects of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission....

Harvey M. Tettlebaum, John W. Westmoreland, Kyle J. Gilster.