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Texas AG sues Planned Parenthood to recoup $10M in Medicaid reimbursements

 By Catherine Livingston, PhD - Posted at LiveAction : Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants to recoup $10 million from abortion giant Planned Parenthood, and has filed a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood Federation of America along with a number of Planned Parenthood affiliates in Texas, spanning most of the state’s Planned Parenthood providers. The suit seeks the recovery of $10 million in payments made by the Texas Medicaid program. The Texas Tribune reports : In 2016, Texas officially filed to remove Planned Parenthood as a Medicaid provider, setting off a lengthy legal battle. Planned Parenthood immediately asked the courts to intervene, and a federal district court blocked the state’s notice of termination in 2017 , allowing Planned Parenthood to continue to seek reimbursement through Medicaid. But in November 2020, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed that decision , allowing Texas to proceed with removing Planned Parenthood as a provider. Planned Parenthood then

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