At a news conference Saturday in
The accusations have roiled Somalis across
The business owners said
Somali medical drivers said Saturday that
Affected firms complained to the state, hired an attorney and may take the matter to the Legislature.
"These Somali small-business owners trusted [
Drivers said they persuaded thousands of fellow Somalis to join Blue Plus, then spent a year taking them to dialysis, therapy, doctor, eye care and dentist appointments. On Saturday, those drivers vowed that no Somalis will stay with
"I am really angry and disappointed that
The company said its changes left no patients in the lurch, but several patients said Saturday that they have lost access to services they depend on.
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