Prosecutors say a shuttering nonprofit that served a troubled cancer-fighting agency in Texas owes $100,000 more to the state than originally reported to lawmakers.
Texas lawmakers are getting their first crack in the Legislature at grilling leaders of the state’s troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting agency.
A troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting agency in Texas under criminal investigation must address “significant issues” with accountability and transparency.
Criminal prosecutors investigating a troubled $3 billion cancer-fighting effort in Texas have cleared current state officials and board members with the agency, a spokesman for the board chairman said Tuesday.
The state’s beleaguered $3 billion cancer-fighting effort is facing another round of scrutiny from lawmakers.
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