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  • D.C. Council member David A. Catania (The Washington Times)

    Possible D.C. health plan buyer settled Kentucky fraud suit in 2011

    One of the companies that has emerged as a potential buyer for a troubled local health plan that covers many D.C. Medicaid recipients settled a $2 million fraud lawsuit filed by Kentucky state officials last year.

  • ** FILE ** Jeffrey E. Thompson on March 20, 2012. (Courtesy of C-SPAN)

    Money to Thompson goes back to Williams' first term

    On the day before the D.C. financial control board returned city finances to local officials more than a decade ago, it approved a preliminary $1.8 million, no-bid deal with a company run by health care contractor Jeffrey E. Thompson to open a 24/7 health clinic for low-income residents of Southeast.

  • ** FILE ** Jeffrey E. Thompson on March 20, 2012. (Courtesy of C-SPAN)

    Thompson cohort pays politicians, not overdue taxes

    Myrtle Gomez and her company, Nursing Enterprises Inc., have donated more than $20,000 to D.C. and federal politicians over the years, even as the D.C.-based home health agency has struggled to pay years of overdue taxes.

  • Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (left) and state Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (right) are among Maryland politicians who have received large campaign contributions from Jeffrey E. Thompson and his extensive network of businesses and business associates. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

    Thompson's donor tentacles reach into Maryland

    A prolific campaign donor under federal investigation for contributions in D.C. elections is also linked to a quarter-million dollars given to Maryland politicians, including Gov. Martin O'Malley, two likely Democratic candidates for governor in 2014 and two prominent county executives over the past 13 years.

  • ** FILE ** Jeffrey E. Thompson on March 20, 2012. (Courtesy of C-SPAN)

    D.C. settlement deal with Thompson raises questions

    More than a quarter-million dollars from a legal settlement between D.C. contractor and prolific political fundraiser Jeffrey E. Thompson and the D.C. government went to a favorite charity of Mr. Thompson's that also is a prominent client of his accounting firm, records show.

  • D.C. Council member Phil Mendelson (The Washington Times)

    Political contributor skirts limits of D.C. law

    Businesses owned for years by prominent D.C. contractor Jeffrey Thompson engaged in a pattern of political giving that appears to run afoul of city campaign finance law, combining to give twice and sometimes three times the maximum donation to city politicians in a single day, records show.

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