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Tuesday reading: the best investigative reporting on the Web

By Margaux Stack-Babich and Bill Dedman

Today's reading from the world of investigative reporting.

Story of the day: .A story detailing continued state funding to Florida assisted-living facilities with case histories of abuse and neglect is the latest segment in "Neglected to Death", a four-part series by The Miami Herald. The investigation reveals a rotten system on all sides, from elder advocates fired for trying to speak out against harmful policies to the gruesome reality of violence and sexual abuse of the frailest and most vulnerable, perpetuated with Medicare dollars. Examples of repeat injury from neglect and possible abuse in one care home meant that the "Agency for Health Care Administration could have suspended payments under the Medicaid insurance program to the troubled home. Instead, La Casa Grande received close to a half-million dollars in Medicaid money."

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Margaux Stack-Babich writes about investigative reporting for msnbc.com. Bill Dedman is an investigative reporter for msnbc.com.