MassHealth director fined $6,000 for receiving free Red Sox tickets

The Massachusetts State Ethics Commission has fined a former MassHealth director $6,000 for soliciting and receiving free Red Sox tickets from a state contractor she regularly worked with.

The Ethics Commission said in a news release that Stacia Castro, a former director of the MassHealth Specialty Provider Network, has paid a $6,000 civil penalty for violating conflict of interest law.

It said that while she was a MassHealth director, she repeatedly asked for and received free Red Sox tickets from the contractor administering the MassHealth dental program.

Castro signed a disposition agreement in which she admitted to the violations and waived her right to a hearing, the Commission said.

Source: MassHealth director fined $6,000 for receiving free Red Sox tickets / Boston.com

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