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Posted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 9:00 pm

The office of Attorney General Gary King is refusing to release an audit that flagged 15 New Mexico health organizations for problems, including overbilling and possible fraud.

Citing the exemption to the state’s Inspection of Public Records Act, which lets governmental agencies keep some law-enforcement records secret, the Attorney General’s Office denied New Mexico In Depth’s request for the full audit on Monday.

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  • Kenneth Davis posted at 5:52 pm on Wed, Jul 31, 2013.

    concerned and confused Posts: 43

    The HSD has been ordered by federal court to release the audit they had best release it. All they are doing by their refusal to comply with the federal court order is proving they have something to hide and probably something that will land Secretary Squier in a federal penitentiary. Like criminal conspiracy to illegally seize private non-profit corporations perhaps?

     
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