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Category: Planned Parenthood Audit

Proposed state laws could reduce Planned Parenthood funding by $7.5 million

Proposed state laws could reduce Planned Parenthood funding by $7.5 million

A lawmaker in Wisconsin has introduced two bills that could eliminate at least half of the funding Planned Parenthood gets in the state. Rep. Andre Jacque is co-sponsoring legislation that will require family planning clinics, most notably Planned Parenthood, to bill Medicaid at the actual acquisition cost when they acquire drugs at the heavily discounted rates available through the Medicaid…

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Planned Parenthood whistleblower case alleging they overcharged taxpayers $200 million petitioned to SCOTUS

Planned Parenthood whistleblower case alleging they overcharged taxpayers $200 million petitioned to SCOTUS

A national law firm has petitioned the Supreme Court to reinstate a Planned Parenthood whistleblower lawsuit which accused Planned Parenthood affiliates of California of illegally overcharging the taxpayers over $200 million. On March 5, American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) attorneys filed the lawsuit under the federal False Claims Act (FCA), on behalf of whistleblower Victor Gonzalez, the former…

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Bill targets abortion services “unbundled” for Medicaid reimbursement

Bill targets abortion services “unbundled” for Medicaid reimbursement

A bill has been introduced into the U.S. House by a Wisconsin Congressman which would stop abortion providers from “unbundling” abortion services so they can submit separate claims to Medicaid. U.S. Representative Sean Duffy (R-WI) said that he introduced the ‘‘Medicaid Abortion Funding Prohibition Accountability Act" to target Medicaid providers who improperly submit reimbursement claims to pay for abortions, and…

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Wisconsin lawmakers ask for Planned Parenthood audit

Wisconsin lawmakers ask for Planned Parenthood audit

A group of Wisconsin law makers is calling for an investigation into family planning centers and Planned Parenthood centers in the state. The request was sent by 28 Wisconsin State Representatives and 4 State Senators in a letter dated January 22, 2015, to Senator Robert Crowles and Representative Samantha Kerkman, co-chairmen of the non-partisan Joint Legislative Audit Committee. The two…

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