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Judge to fine DOC for not meeting prisoner health care requirements (access required)

Adding to the potential costs to the state, private health contractor Corizon Correctional Healthcare stands to earn an additional $3.5 million in incentive payments for meeting its obligations under a contract amendment that kicks in Nov. 1.

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Cost to fix millions in misallocations to schools $105,000 – so far (access required)

The Arizona Department of Education has spent more than $100,000 to correct problems that led to the misallocation of millions in federal funds, and those costs could continue to rise.