Troubled Maine transport company paid more
PORTLAND, Maine -- A state lawmaker is demanding answers after a company under fire for its poor performance in providing non-emergency rides to Maine Medicaid patients was paid an extra $1.2 million last month.
State Rep. Drew Gattine says he noticed that Connecticut-based Coordinated Transportation Solutions was paid $3.3 million in February while in previous months it was paid a $2.1 million.
The Westbrook Democrat tells the Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/1ekiLWV ) he hasn't gotten any straight answers from Department of Health and Human Services officials.
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