Feds expect to collect $4.7B in insurance fraud penalties

Comment on this story Information WASHINGTON – The Biden administration estimated on Monday that it could collect $4.7 billion from insurance companies with new and tougher penalties for putting unfair prices on taxpayers’ lists. for Medicare Advantage care. There were federal police officers sounding the alarm for years about questionable charges on the government’s private … Read more

Tennessee’s attorney general cites New York’s case on illegal firearms regulation | Chattanooga Times Free Press

NASHVILLE – Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti is coming under criticism from some Democratic lawmakers for agreeing with a gun rights group in California on an order issued to the A pending federal court case in Knoxville says if the judge approves the state’s gun-carry laws, concealed-carry permits and “no permit” carry provisions will be … Read more

State legislators asked the Attorney General’s Office of St. Louis about resubmitting issues

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State representatives focused on the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office on Monday, where thousands of cases have not been prosecuted. The law being discussed is the decision on when the governor should be allowed to appoint a public prosecutor. Initially, the bill that was heard in the Committee on Crime Prevention … Read more

FTX is suing Voyager Digital to bring back $446 million in 2022 loans

NEW YORK, Jan 30 (Reuters) – Bankrupt crypto exchange FTX sued crypto lender Voyager Digital on Monday, seeking to recover $445.8 million in repayments of loans FTX made before its collapse. down to bankruptcy in November 2022. FTX and Voyager both filed for bankruptcy in mid-2022 skin in cryptocurrency markets, but Voyager’s loss preceded FTX’s … Read more

Marjorie Taylor Greene: Biden steals credit from GOP who declared COVID “over”

GOP representative Marjorie Taylor Greene the President is accused Joe Biden trying to be “thankful” for Republican plans to declare the COVID-19 pandemic “over.” A statement from the White House Office of Management and Budget Communications on Monday said the administration is opposed. two new The Republican bills would immediately end the COVID-19 national and … Read more