It's going to cost the state a lot of money in the long run.
Any of these companies, with a risk-based contract -- less services, more money -- are extremely likely to go wrong, ... I'm not aware of anywhere they've gone right.
Somebody took a calculated effort into not just pushing something down (but) getting a saw and cutting it down.
Somebody could easily file a child-abuse claim against him to get money. He has opened the door to these charges. This is not a career enhancer.
This is regrettable in many ways.