Week in Review: 06.16.2019

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Week in Review: 06.16.2019

TEA report criticizes Harlandale ISD, Pharmacy scheme cost the military $100 million, Man performed autopsies without training.

Posted by The Texas Monitor on Sunday, June 16, 2019

TEA recommends replacing Harlandale school board, lowering accreditation: The Texas Education Agency is recommending that Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath lower the Harlandale school district’s accreditation, appoint a conservator and replace the district’s board of trustees with appointed managers, FoxSanAntonio reported.

Ex-pharmacist gets two years for military insurance fraud: Former pharmacist Ravi Morisetty has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for his involvement in a health-care kickback scheme that defrauded the military’s insurance program out of more than $100 million, The Dallas Morning News reported.

Records raise questions about Kansas man doing autopsies in Texas: A Kansas man is taking heat from some Texas residents who allege he illegally performed private autopsies. According to a story from KXAN-TV in Austin, Shawn Parcells also claimed he had a company, National Autopsy Services, based in Kansas.

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