Letters to the Editor

August 7, 2013 12:00 AM

Letters to the editor on welfare fraud, health care, Brownback, military sexual assault

“Kansas bucks trend, doubles down on welfare fraud”(Aug. 4 WE Blog excerpts) called attention to a Kansas Health Institute News Service report regarding the Kansas Department for Children and Families’ anti-fraud unit expansion. It said that Kansas is going in the opposite direction of a national trend to scale back fraud investigations, and that other states found that increased fraud investigations were not cost-effective.

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