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Posted: Tuesday, July 9, 2013 8:00 pm | Updated: 9:22 pm, Tue Jul 9, 2013.

All 15 behavioral health companies whose state funding was stopped because of a devastating outside audit have filed for a “good-cause” exception. However, as of Tuesday, only three of those have had their funding fully or partly restored.

The remaining 12 providers are still under review, a state Human Services Department spokesman said.

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  • Barbara Grothus posted at 6:35 am on Thu, Jul 11, 2013.

    bgrothus Posts: 1

    One has to wonder if the real scandal here is the outsourcing of contracts to Arizona companies, a tactic we see from the current Governor's administration. Since no proof of financial malfeasance has been provided, except in secret, the outsourcing is all we have.

    I'd like to see what actual evidence we have before more contracts are outsourced to companies next door.

    Martinez promised jobs. What she did not say is that the jobs are going out of state. No wonder NM is last in jobs.

     
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