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State's top Medicaid-fraud cop asked to resign | Crain's New York Business

Today's Crain's New York carries an article on the impending resignation of NY Medicaid Inspector General Jim Sheehan:

New York's hard-charging Medicaid Inspector General Jim Sheehan has been told to resign within 30 days. Mr. Sheehan got the news Tuesday. The official announcement is expected to be made by the office of Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Read the full article on Crain's website.

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