A federal court has ended any chance that a former chairman of the Republican Party of Arkansas can avoid a bribery trial, unless he reaches a plea agreement first.Chief Judge D. Price Marshall Jr., in a ruling Tuesday in U.S.…
The man in the middle of a massive public corruption probe gave money to dozens of Arkansas lawmakers.
The man in the middle of Arkansas's vast public corruption scandal.
On June 29, Arkansas DHS announced it was suspending PFH from the state’s Medicaid program, halting reimbursement payments to the nonprofit’s 47 health care service sites across the state. But DHS continues to use a provider-led Medicaid managed care company that is part-owned by Preferred Family Healthcare.
Another former executive with scandal-plagued mental health provider arrested.