—Children in foster care would get help obtaining a driver’s license and auto insurance under a bill unanimously passed by the Senate. The bill passed Thursday would make permanent a pilot program that began in 2014. The cost of the program is $800,000.
Belkis Soca-Fernandez, 47, David Sosa-Baladron, 41, both of Tampa, Florida, and Antonio Ramon Martinez-Lopez, 35, of Port Richey, Florida, were convicted this week of mail fraud, a 20- year felony, in a seven-day jury trial before U.S. The participants in the scheme ran three therapy clinics to bill insurers: Revive Therapy Center and HH Rehab Center, both in Wyoming,…Read more