Texas health official who steered deals has ties to firm’s… | www.mystatesman.com

The state health agency’s top lawyer, instrumental in steering more than $110 million in contracts to an Austin tech company, is a former business partner with that company’s lobbyist, state records show.

Records show that beginning in 2002 Jack Stick, chief counsel for the state Health and Human Services Commission, managed two companies with James Frinzi, the registered lobbyist for 21CT, a data analytics company courted by Stick to overhaul the state’s Medicaid fraud investigations.

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