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Comments for: Mainers saved $6.3M on drugs in 2011 under Affordable Care Act

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  • Anonymous

    The feds are doing their job. LePage is going the other way. Increasing cost so his buddies can make more money at the expense of his People before politics. What a phony.

  • Anonymous

    All  funded by those who actually  pay taxes ,and I love the timing of this release.

    • Anonymous

      Rocky Timing is EVERYTHING! LOL 

    • Anonymous

      Timing? As in, one day you, too, will be elderly and qualify for Medicare? Then it will by MY taxes (or my kids’ taxes) paying for YOUR care. And I won’t actually mind.

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  • Anonymous

    It’s Working folks, Honest people turning in the Fraudsters helps reduce costs
    and Save the funds for those that Truly need it.

    Report Fraud in Maine
    Allegations of fraud or attempted fraud involving funds, including Food Stamps,
    administered by the Department of Health and Human Services should be sent to:
    Fraud, Investigation and Recovery
    11 State House Station
    Whitten Road
    Augusta, Maine 04333-0011

    Phone numbers for DHHS Fraud office are:
    1-207-287-2409 and 1-800-442-6003
    Further questions and suspicions can also be submitted by e-mail.
    Fraud.Dhhs@maine.gov

    For Additional Fraud, Attempted or Suspected,
    Contact the Office of the Attorney General
    Phone: 207-626-8800
    Mailing Address:
    Office of the Attorney General
    6 State House Station
    Augusta, ME 04333

    http://www.maine.gov/ag/contact.html

    Do All three, Phone, E-mail and send a Letter.
    Follow-up in 30 days with a Certified letter if no response.
    Send a letter Directly to the Governor’s Office, that should get their attention.
    Keep a written log of actions and attempts to notify.
    Hold them Responsible!

    • Anonymous

      Did you report Poliquin and Nutting yet?

      • Anonymous

        Please prepare for a sworn deposition, send copies of your evidence along with a sworn and notarized statement to:

        Office of the Attorney General
        6 State House Station
        Augusta, ME 04333

        For Additional Fraud, Attempted or Suspected,
        Contact the Office of the Attorney General

        Phone: 207-626-8800

        http://www.maine.gov/ag/contac

        Thank you for your involvement in our legal process.

      • Anonymous

        How about the Brewer/Burbar deal?

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  • Anonymous

    Excellent!  Just another republican ruse exposed.  You can always tell the plan put forth will really work when they clench their fists, stomp their feet, and turn all red in the face swearing up and down if we do something they don’t like it will be the end of the world as we know it.   Are they always this wrong or do they just lie a lot?  

  • Anonymous

    Unfortunately, what the feds have not said is that the amount those on Medicare will be paying will increase significantly in the next two years.  The rate hike is small for the first two increases, then increases by over 50% in 2014.  Looks like its screw the seniors time by the feds as well, something Barack, Nancy & Harry tried to hide.  The way things are going against seniors, not just federally, but in nearly every state, it looks like were heading for a society based on the film “Logan’s Run.”

  • Anonymous

    Thank you Obama.  Thank you Democratic party.  Hey Liberman, former democrat who screwed up the original bill, no thanks for you. Hey GOP, well, er, politeness doesn’t permit me to say what I’m thinking but suffice to say it isn’t complimentary.

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