Friday NewsCap panelists react to impeachment proceedings and weigh in on a new proposal from APS.
A high-ranking former Arizona prison health care official has testified about what he calls cruel, dated, insensitive and inhumane conditions in state prisons. Dr. Urdaneta said he quit his job with Corizon in Arizona in May 2019. “I did not want to continue really working within a system that I think was failing in many ways,” he said. “I found the Arizona system very onerous, difficult to work with, misguided and jaded.”
The founder of Chandler-based Insys Therapeutics was sentenced Thursday for orchestrating a bribery and kickback scheme that prosecutors said helped fuel the opioid crisis. The embattled opioid maker and its principals have faced several million in fines and were the first company to be convicted on criminal charges related to the drug epidemic.