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Here Come the Fraud Investigations

Brace yourselves, because, according to the National Law Journal, the Department of Justice is hiring more lawyers to rain grand jury subpoenas and search warrants on the doctors and executives of the United States.

This should probably not be surprising, since the government has been pretty clear about what they’re doing with health care investigations. And, on the campaign trail, Obama was hardly secretive about wanting to prosecute executives.

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