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Lab settles Medicare fraud allegations

A laboratory company in western Wisconsin and its owners have agreed to pay the federal government $8.5 million to settle claims it submitted false billing information to Medicare.

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Barton Solvents to pay $1M EPA settlement, change processes

An Iowa-based company that mixes and transports chemicals for customers in the printing, coating, and cleaning industries has agreed to pay $1.1 million to settle federal environmental violations and ensure safety at six plants in Iowa, Kansas and Wisconsin.

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Kohl’s, Calif. prosecutors reach nearly $1M settlement

Menomonee Falls-based Kohl's has reached a nearly $1 million settlement with prosecutors in four California counties who alleged some of the Wisconsin-based company's department stores charged customers more than the price advertised on shelves and signs.

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Wisconsin reaches proposed settlement with T-Mobile

T-Mobile USA Inc. has agreed to pay at least $90 million to resolve allegations that the company placed unauthorized charges for third-party services on consumers’ mobile phone bills, a practice known as “cramming.” Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s office announced Wisconsin’s inclusion in the nationwide settlement Friday. The proposed settlement will require T-Mobile to address cramming problems, and requires the ...

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State settles Zoo Interchange claims

To resolve claims resulting from the Zoo Interchange project, the state of Wisconsin has agreed to spend $13.5 million in the next four years to expand public transportation.

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State to pay $562K after suicide at Mendota (UPDATE)

The state will pay more than half a million dollars to the estate of a man who committed suicide four years ago at Mendota Mental Health Institute, settling a lawsuit that accused hospital staffers of being negligent in his care.

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