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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Thomas J. Perrelli
U.S. government efforts in health care fraud prevention and enforcement yielded more than $4 billion during fiscal 2010, the highest annual amount ever recovered from people who attempted to defraud seniors and taxpayers, and from those who sought payments to which they were not entitled.
Social conservatives and pro-life activists are mobilizing against President-elect Barack Obama's pick Monday for the No. 3 Justice Department job, a lawyer who aided the effort to remove Terry Schiavo's feeding tube during the landmark right-to-die case four years ago.
"We became involved not to be part of a difficult struggle in a family, but once the government got involved, when the legislative and executive branch got involved to take the decision away from the courts," he told the paper. "Both the Florida statute and the federal statute were really attacks on the judiciary."
"During that period, we had five to six people working round the clock. I slept 20 hours in eight days," Mr. Perrelli told the Los Angeles Times that year.