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Pharmacy Benefit Manager Agrees to Pay $15.2 Million to Settle Allegations of Arkansas Medicaid Overbilling

Arkansas AG Leslie Rutledge reached a settlement with Pharmacy Benefit Manager (“PBM”) Envolve Pharmacy Solutions (“Envolve”), its parent company Centene Corporation, and other Centene subsidiaries (collectively “Centene”) to resolve allegations that Centene used its subsidiaries to overcharge the state for medications in its Medicaid program.

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New Democratic Candidate Joins the Race for Arkansas Attorney General’s Open Seat

Little Rock private-practice attorney Jesse Gibson announced his candidacy for the 2022 Democratic nomination for the Arkansas AG’s office. As previously reported, Jason Davis, another Arkansas attorney in private practice, is also seeking the Democratic nomination for Arkansas AG. On the Republican side, Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffinis competing against Arkansas Fair Housing Commission Director Leon Jones for the…

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Candidates Line Up for Open AG Seats

Jason Davis, an Arkansas attorney in private practice, is seeking the Democratic nomination for Arkansas AG. On the Republican side, Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin is competing against Arkansas Fair Housing Commission Director Leon Jones for the nomination. Current two-term Republican AG Leslie Rutledge is term-limited from running again, and has entered the race for governor.…

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Lt. Gov Tim Griffin drops out of 2022 Arkansas Gov. race, changes focus to Attorney General

(Fox16.com) Tim Griffin formally announced Monday that he would no longer pursue the office of Governor and instead pivot to Attorney General.  Political pundits believe this change is seismic in the 2022 election cycle, Republican strategist Bill Vickery said, “His entry into the AG’s race, I truly believe, is a game changer for that race.

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