Law Professor: Federal Subpoenas in Md. Health Exchange Case May Signal Something 'Serious'
August 27, 2014
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In an interview in The Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore School of Law Professor Charles Tiefer says that newly announced federal subpoenas in an ongoing investigation of the Maryland health exchange may signal that a "serious" problem has been uncovered by agents.
Tiefer and other sources quoted in the article say that federal investigators may be examining a number of issues, including the way the state exchange's contract with private vendors was managed, or whether the progress on creating the exchange's website was falsified.
"What [the issuing of subpoenas] does show is a suspicion of something more serious," Tiefer said.
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