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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 26, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A CNN and Center for Investigative Reporting investigation into fraud in the California drug rehabilitation program re-introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; California: Drew Griffin) The California rehab racket at 19 clinics examined; scenes shown of Diana Dooley, the secretary California health and human services agency, first refusing to speak to CNN about the fraud and then saying allegations are being investigated. [August 2, California health care services director Toby DOUGLAS - stammers about the clinics investigation.]

(Sacramento, California: Drew Griffin) The hearings, investigations and CNN investigations this summer on MediCal fraud in California examined. [DOUGLAS - apologizes for the system not working well.] [California state representative Dr. Richard PAN†- promises ongoing work on the problem.] The reasons for change in the state approach to the fraud previously ignored discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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