Governor explains action taken against mental health clinics
During an editorial board meeting with the governor Friday, I suggested that the state has taken a "trust us" approach to the complicated issues surrounding its decision to freeze funds to mental health clinics accused of fraud.
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#1 Aug 11, 2013
Of course there it is - POS Walt Ruebel spouting off again with his idiotic comments about the mental health crisis in NM.
Wow bet he did not know that was in the Maobama care bill (hidden somewhere in the 2,200 pages of BS that this administration is so capable of putting together with out even reading).
Walt keep your mind on the LC Sun News it needs all the help it can get.
What's more - funny this comes from a Editor that does not even live in Las Cruces much less the
Walt and POS Hayes what a combo.
#2 Aug 12, 2013
You have to love sound off!
All the mental health clowns at the former health service are all calling in telling a bunch of lies about the current provider.
If you all had not cheated and frauded the system you still would have jobs.
Maybe next time you will think before overcharging the system.
Oh by the way, this is a provision in ACA so get used to get raked over the coals.
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