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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1989
State Justice Department attorneys on Thursday charged owners of health care firms in Los Angeles and Oakland with filing thousands of fraudulent Medi-Cal bills for incontinence supplies as part of a scam that may cost California's Medi-Cal program up to $80 million this year. Dr. Librada V. Del Mundo, owner of a Los Angeles incontinence-products firm who allegedly filed $32,000 in fraudulent bills, was charged with nine felony counts of filing false claims and grand theft, Adler said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1989
State Justice Department attorneys on Thursday charged owners of health care firms in Los Angeles and Oakland with filing thousands of fraudulent Medi-Cal bills for incontinence supplies as part of a scam that may cost California's Medi-Cal program up to $80 million this year. Dr. Librada V. Del Mundo, owner of a Los Angeles incontinence-products firm who allegedly filed $32,000 in fraudulent bills, was charged with nine felony counts of filing false claims and grand theft, Adler said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1989 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cracking down on a scam that may cost California's medical program for the poor up to $80 million this year, state Justice Department attorneys on Thursday charged the owner of a health-care company doing business in the San Fernando Valley with filing fraudulent Medi-Cal bills for incontinence supplies for the elderly and disabled. The Los Angeles firm, and another in Oakland against which charges were filed, are among 20 under investigation for Medi-Cal fraud.
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May 17, 1989 | SHIRLEY MARLOW
President Bush had lots of company as he saluted the nation's space effort. "We are gathered here today to celebrate the continuity of our space program and really of our country itself, of America herself," Bush said as he shared a White House stage with five shuttle astronauts, nine fifth-graders and nine junior and senior high school students. The astronauts were David M. Walker, Ronald J. Grabe, Norman E. Thagard, Mark C. Lee and Mary L. Cleave, who returned May 8 from a four-day mission aboard the shuttle Atlantis.
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March 14, 1998 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attorneys for Paula Corbin Jones unveiled the core of their case against President Clinton on Friday, releasing testimony they said shows that Clinton systematically preyed on women for sex and then used rewards or intimidation to win their silence. The information, packed inside 700 pages of legal motions, transcripts and other material filed in Jones' sexual-harassment case, provided a voluminous compendium of allegations against the president.
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