Tuesday, October 24, 2017

U.S. Senate Finance Committee Study On Privatization In Foster Care

To begin, I extend my humblest gratitude for the extensive work of the staffers of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee in embracing the magnitude of the pervasive issues surrounding the profit component in the privatization in foster care.

I am deeply moved that this Committee came to an agreement to allow this exhaustive, well, somewhat exhaustive, study to be executed.

Now, for my 2 cents.

Of course, the study just had to be diplomatic, but that is expected.

I do not have to be professional as I am an original source.

Even though there was no mention of fraud, the venue is the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, which is proper, but, where is the Medicaid fraud?

I know this is only a start, so we are going to be working together for a very long time because there were 18 very naughty States which did not respond to the Committee's inquiries.

"Not all of the States responded to inquiries from the Committee. » Seventeen States failed to respond to the 50-State Letter. Those States were:
  1. Arizona, 
  2. Florida, 
  3. Georgia, 
  4. Idaho, 
  5. Louisiana, 
  6. Maine, 
  7. Michigan, 
  8. Mississippi, 
  9. Missouri, 
  10. Montana, 
  11. Nevada, 
  12. North Carolina, 
  13. Ohio, 
  14. Rhode Island, 
  15. South Carolina, 
  16. Vermont, and 
  17. Virginia.
» Massachusetts failed to respond to the 5-State In-Depth Letter. Despite repeated assurances from the Massachusetts Department of Children and Family Services that ‘‘continuing efforts are being made to collect and prepare the information’’ with ‘‘the full intention to send a response to the Committee,’’ a response to the Committee’s questions was never received."

Why did this States not respond to the inquiry of privatization in foster care?


Michigan was the first state to privatize.

Now, that the ball is in my court, I shall be publishing my book, the first in a series, quite soon.

Oh, this is going to be so much fun to take these people out because they fund political campaigns and invest in many other ventures besides property.

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