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CJ Baker

Attorneys general from 45 states and the District of Columbia have accused Cody Laboratories’ parent company of conspiring with its competitors to fix the price of an antibiotic.

Park County had a couple more decades to pay back the roughly $2.5 million that it borrowed from the state government to reclaim some of its old landfill trash pits.

A routine traffic stop in Yellowstone National Park turned into a windfall for the federal government.

Last week, a judge ruled that the government can keep more than $20,337 in cash that a Yellowstone ranger seized from two Illinois men in July.

In connection with an alleged scheme to defraud the Wyoming Medicaid program, Powell psychologist Gib Condie has pleaded guilty to one count of felony health care fraud.

Last year, the National Park Service helped launch a campaign called “Find Your Park,” which encouraged Americans to visit and appreciate our national parks.

But this year, it appears the Park Service’s new campaign slogan might be, “What’s in your wallet?”

Powell psychologist Gib Condie pleaded guilty to a felony charge of health care fraud at a Friday afternoon appearance in federal court in Cheyenne.

A Powell psychologist who is alleged to have submitted more than $6.8 million worth of fraudulent bills to Wyoming Medicaid has reached a tentative plea deal with federal prosecutors, court records say.

Plea may be withdrawn if Supreme Court rules in his favor

The woman referred to in court documents as “female patient” has no recollection of what happened to her in the operating room in early January 2015. But it’s changed her life all the same.

Former lawmaker cites ‘sloppy bookkeeping’

The plea deal offered to former state lawmaker and prosecutor Sam Krone — for stealing more than $9,600 from the local bar association — was a lenient one, the presiding judge said last week.

Three years ago, the residents of Yellowstone National Park claimed one of their rights as Wyoming citizens: state-funded educations for their children.

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