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Obamacare's Louisiana co-op riddled with self-dealing, conflicts of interest

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Louisiana Health Cooperative's then-Chief Executive Officer Terry Shilling signed a $4 million, four-year contract with a consulting firm last year in which he is a principal, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner. Louisiana Health Cooperative is one of 24 health insurance co-ops established in 23 states since 2011 through a $2 billion Obamacare program intended to create...

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