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US Department of Labor sues owners of Doctors Hospital of Shreveport, La., to recover more than $18,000 in employee retirement benefits

Suit alleges defendants used employee funds to run the hospital, pay creditors

 SHREVEPORT, La. – The U.S. Department of Labor has sued Doctors Hospital owners David and Chris LeBlanc in an effort to recover $18,904 in employee retirement contributions and employee-pa
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