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Feds to lower money-squandering ceiling

Feds to lower money-squandering ceiling

From USA Today, the not surprising revelation that the majority of folks blazing past you at 8 mph didn't actually need the mobility scooter that your tax dollars paid too much for:

A report released last week by Medicare's inspector general also showed that 61% of the motorized wheelchairs provided to Medicare recipients in the first half of 2007 went to people who didn't qualify for them. The inspector general found that Medicare is billed an average of $4,018 for a motorized wheelchair that normally sells for $1,048.

In response the bloated, irresponsible bureaucracy plans on increasing the number of anti-fraud strike forces it operates nationwide. No word yet on if they'll target the mobility scooter capital of the country: Disney World.

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