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Alabama politely declines feds' demand for $88 million back, IG reports

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How much money does the federal government want back from Alabama? Almost $90 million, according to Health and Human Services' inspector general. But the state disagrees. In 2009 and 2010, Alabama received approximately $95 million for Medicaid's children's insurance program. The program provided this money via "bonus payments," or funds given to help states pay for an increase of children...

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