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Supreme Court Hears Medicaid CaseOctober 3, 2011 | NPR · At issue is whether doctors, hospitals and patients can go to court to challenge cuts in Medicaid. The case is from California, which cut the amount it pays health providers without seeking approval from the federal Medicaid agency as required by law. Health care providers sued. Windows Media | MP3 Greece's Woes Deliver Fresh Blow To World MarketsOctober 3, 2011 | NPR · Despite a series of austerity measures, Greece will not meet its budget targets for this year or next. The news sends European and American stock markets tumbling yet again. Windows Media | MP3 An Update On The 'Three Cups Of Tea' LawsuitOctober 3, 2011 | NPR · Millions of people bought Greg Mortenson's book Three Cups of Tea about his work building schools for girls in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Many gave money to his charity. Then, earlier this year, a 60 Minutes investigation charged that Mortenson fabricated key parts of his story — and used funds from the charity for himself. Now a group of readers in Mortenson's home state of Montana is suing him for fraud. Melissa Block speaks with court reporter Gwen Florio of the Missoulian about the current state of the Three Cups of Tea lawsuit. Windows Media | MP3