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State Joins Suit To Recover $131 Million From Failed Health Care Finance Firm (access required)

The state of Arizona has joined a lawsuit filed by numerous counties and municipalities that is seeking to recover $131 million in investments from a failed health care financing firm.Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard and state Treasurer David Petersen announced the action on Aug. 15. The state Treasurer’s Office had filed a lawsuit of its ...

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