Kansas City Star Decries AG 'Doxxing' And Nobody Cared

Right now we take a quick look back at another NOTHING-BURGER served by the daily newspaper. 

What's sad about this one is that they really wanted this one to hurt and their notes likely came from 12th & Oak . . . But it's clear that it didn't quite measure up to social media drama from online critics. 

Check-it . . .

HHS Technology successfully sued the state over breaches of contract related to the state’s Medicaid system, with the Cole County Circuit Court in 2022 awarding the Florida-based company roughly $23 million. When Bailey’s office submitted the court record this March as part of the appeals process, lawyers for HHS wrote that Bailey’s office “did not make a single redaction in the entire record.”

Bailey’s office submitted a trial transcript without any redactions, as well as 10 deposition transcripts without any redactions of names, addresses, or contact information. At least three depositions previously filed under seal were filed publicly, the HHS lawyers wrote in a motion that sought to toss the appeal.

“The State has unilaterally violated the confidentiality required of those depositions by filing them here and making them available to the public,” Kansas City-based attorney Ken Barnes wrote for HHS in a March 11 filing.

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