U.S. fines Texas millions for botching food-stamp claims


A lump of coal for one state commission the state of Texas being assessed a hefty federal fines for submitting false state about how would administered a certain food assistance program known as snap that's the supplemental nutrition assistance program an investigation by the department of agriculture found the state had received several annual performance bonuses on the basis of false data so the Texas health and Human Services commission has to pay more than fifteen million dollars to resolve those claims Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W.

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