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In the wake of two separate investigative reports released by Project Veritas that show evidence of ongoing Medicaid fraud in Maine, Governor LePage has requested that the number of fraud investigators in the Department of Health and Human Services be tripled.
Unlike most government spending, this increase in the number of investigators may actually help to save tax dollars.
From the Portland Press Herald:
In September, James O’Keefe is scheduled to give a lecture on his career as a citizen journalist to a gathering of activists at the University of Southern Maine.
Sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, O’Keefe’s talk will take place on Friday, September 16th at 7:00 pm. The suggested donation for tickets is $15, payable at the door. Seats can be reserved by registering here.
It seems we’re not alone in our disgust with the media. Down East magazine has also noticed that Maine’s establishment press prefers to demonize James O’Keefe rather than actually investigating the Medicaid fraud exposed in our latest report.
Washington, D.C. James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas today released the second part of its investigation into Medicaid Fraud in Maine. This is the seventh video release as part of a nation-wide Medicaid fraud investigation.
In the latest video, an undercover reporter attempts to apply for benefits Medicaid offices in Biddeford and Portland, Maine.
Who We Are
Through Project Veritas, James O’Keefe brings investigative journalism outside the traditional newsroom and into your hands. His intensive, fully-staffed investigative team will release more explosive investigations, shining the light on corruption, misconduct, fraud and the abuse of power in American society.
Project Veritas brings transparency into the back-room deals.
James is also undertaking a national training program aimed at creating modern-day muckrakers.