“This edition of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act Handbook updates changes made to the law by the General Assembly in 2017,” said Attorney General Rutledge.“I take great pride in knowing that the Arkansas FOIA is one of the most comprehensive at fostering open government in the country.Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge will host the sixth annual Arkansas Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Summit at the Hot Springs Convention Center.

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To report Medicaid fraud or abuse or neglect in residential care facilities, complete the online form at Arkansas AG.gov, call the Attorney General’s Medicaid fraud hotline at (866) 810-0016 or email [email protected]

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced today that Communications Director Judd Deere would be stepping down on Nov.

Brett Aaron Ford, 34, of Helena-West Helena, was arrested by agents with the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and transported to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department.

He is charged with one count of Medicaid fraud, a Class C felony.

To report Medicaid fraud or abuse or neglect in residential care facilities, contact the Attorney General’s Medicaid fraud hotline at (866) 810-0016 or [email protected]

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and the Arkansas Press Association have published the 18th edition of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Handbook, which is now available online and in print.

Clotee Downs, 79, of Clarksdale, Mississippi was arrested by the Clarksdale Police Department on two counts of health care fraud, Class B felonies, and two counts of Medicaid fraud, Class C felonies.

Downs’ arrest follows the apprehension of Pearlie Bailey, 63, of Hollandale, Mississippi, Charline Brandon, 61, of Cleveland, Mississippi and Debra Stewart, 59, of Helena.

While I will miss his expertise and daily counsel, I am confident he will do an exceptional job serving the President of the United States in the years ahead, and I wish him nothing but the best.” “Any new opportunity is exciting but especially one at the White House, and one I am honored to accept,” said Judd Deere.