Lawsuit Says Dallas Ambulances Overcharged Federal Government by Millions of Dollars

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Has the City of Dallas been over-charging for ambulance services? That’s the gist of an article in the Dallas Morning News today. And now the city is facing a lawsuit from the federal government demanding repayment for as much as $40 million in overcharges and penalties. I don’t know whether these allegations are true, but I do know Dallas doesn’t have room in the budget to pay out this much money. These are hard times for most city budgets, and this lawsuit is bad news for Dallas.

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