New Jersey investigating healthcare

AP/Philadelphia Inquirer, April 1, 2008
Reviews by a New Jersey auditor have found wealthy people are enrolled in a state-run healthcare program for working poor families, and criminal investigators are examining another state health program for the poor. Audits found people earning as much as $295,000 are enrolled in a program designed to help low-income working parents receive healthcare. They also found the state failing to properly oversee medical equipment purchases.

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