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22-45-1      Definition of terms.
22-45-2      Action by which claimant commits an offense--Violation a felony.
22-45-3      Application to participate as provider--Perjury for submitting false statements--Violation a felony.
22-45-4      Action of person aiding provider with goods or services or referring individuals to provider for which additional value received an offense--Violation a felony.
22-45-5      Offense of acceptance of amount in addition to amount legally payable under program--Violation a felony.
22-45-6      Failure to keep necessary records upon which claim is based--Violation a misdemeanor.
22-45-7      Liability for receipt of payment by person not entitled thereto.
22-45-8      Suspension or exclusion from participation as provider of person convicted of committing offense.
22-45-9      Access to records by attorney general, state medicaid control unit, and grand jury.
22-45-10      Use of other civil or criminal remedy not precluded.
22-45-11      Limitation on civil action.

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