AG Paxton Recovers $110 Million for Texas in Medicaid Fraud Settlements AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca agreed to pay $110 million to the state of Texas to settle lawsuits alleging that the company falsely and misleadingly marketed two of its drugs in violation of the Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act. AstraZeneca was accused of engaging in false and misleading marketing … [Read more] about AG Paxton Recovers $110 Million for Texas in Medicaid Fraud Settlements
Archives for August 7, 2018
Elizabeth Murphy felt the time was right to become a Master Gardener when she moved from Colorado to East Texas. “I registered for the class as soon as I knew of our plans to move,” she says. As a child, Murphy helped her maternal grandparents on their … [Read more] about Meet the Masters: Elizabeth Murphy
DCHHS Reports First West Nile Virus Death of the Year DALLAS (Aug. 7, 2018) – Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is reporting the first West Nile virus death in Dallas County for 2018. The patient was a resident of the 75229 zip code of Dallas … [Read more] about DCHHS Reports First West Nile Virus Death of the Year
Why Have a Rooster? I've had chickens for years, but never a rooster. After all, if you don't want to build your flock naturally, why have a rooster? Now that we live in the country and are building our homestead, and the goal is to build the flock...you've … [Read more] about Why Have a Rooster?