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State investigators claim to have found more than $4 million in fraudulent billings.
More than 100,000 of the lifesaving strips have been distributed since they became legalized.
For a retired 86-year-old teacher with a brain injury from a fall at a bus stop, every step is a struggle.
Crisis responders say the contract delays have already disrupted the life-saving service.
The proposals would be the most significant changes in more than a generation
In Minnesota, as in much of the country, alternative approaches to handling youth crimes have been slow to gain public support. But Colorado has overcome these obstacles through a series of hard-won legislative victories and a commitment to measuring outcomes.
Emergency measures are being rolled out across the state, as county agencies and nonprofits try to prevent people from getting seriously ill or dying in the cold. Shelters were squeezing in cots and mats and extending hours so that people could stay through the day.
Extended youth probation was once heralded as an innovative alternative to prison for adolescents who commit violent crimes. Instead, an alarming number end up incarcerated for minor probation offenses.
The website is a collaboration of elder advocates and the state Department of Health.