Archive for Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Kansas attorney general reports record amount of money recovered

August 11, 2010


— Attorney General Steve Six has made record recoveries for consumers and of Medicaid fraud, according to his office’s latest annual report.

“When the Attorney General’s Office is freed from politics, it can concentrate on enforcing the law and doing the right for Kansas,” Six said.

The Consumer Division recovered $17.3 million for the past fiscal year. Since taking office, Six has recovered more than $30 million, which is more than the previous 13 years combined.

And a record $22 million in Medicaid fraud was recovered, his office reported.

The complete report can be seen online at


hermanmann 7 years, 9 months ago

Not only is he running for re-election but this is a race everyone should care about and this reports is a solid example of why.

hermanmann 7 years, 9 months ago

Oh by the way I googled Steve and found his campaign website. It's

hermanmann 7 years, 9 months ago

I would think it is better that the only thing we hear out of this office is reports like this compared to the mess we were used to.

Bob_Keeshan 7 years, 9 months ago

ShePrecedes, Missouri is actually the 2nd most efficient state in the nation in terms of $$$ recovered per $$$ in funding.

Kansas is 3rd.

Should Kansas be doing as well as Missouri? Absolutely. Where did Kansas rank only 4 years ago? 34th. Koster has the benefit of having taken office after another dedicated AG.

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